Saturday, September 4, 2010

Saturdays Love Dare

Is your home a place
where failure can
be forgiven?
Is your heart willing
to overlook some things
that were Never Intended
to hurt you?

Ps.... Thank you to Sue from
for taking time and guiding me so that
I could get my new 3 column look
on my blog..
Love Ya Friend..


Nicole said...

I try to let it be...
it's so much easier to forgive the little one that it is to forgive y husband sometimes. And then when I do forgive it's so much harder to forget...

Love the new look!!

Football and Fried Rice said...

I sure hope so! sometimes we make up excuses for our unforgiveness - or even try to mask it as something else - but in the end - unforigveness is unforgiveness!

Rebecca (me!) said...

Karen, wish we could sit and sip a glass of tea together...your blog is truly helping me through a tough time....thank you for blessing me and mine. Also, I LOVE your new blog template/style and 3 column set up! GREAT job!

-:-Chanin-:- said...

Hi Karen! Your blog looks very pretty and cozy :) Forgiveness- O, I'm no expert on it- but God is getting me to learn it very well. Two books I've read which have really helped me during this process of forgiving my husband's betrayal is Nancy DeMoss's "Choosing Forgiveness" (there's that word 'choose' again :) and also a great book called "The Peacemaker" by Ken Sande. It's not always easy but God continues to forgive us of so much- how can we not forgive also. Much love to you!

Charma said...

Your blog looks awesome. Teach me how to do the 3 columns. Inquiring minds want to know.

See you Thursday!!

M at Hidden Valley Simplicity said...

Thanks for stopping by. :) I'm following now. :)

Sheila said...

Thank you again for a post that hits home with me. I am so much better at forgiving than I used to be. Thank you for blogging too!! Have a great day.

Heather's Blog-o-rama said...

Love this post and the new look of your blog? Where did you find the background? Isn't Sue at Pear Tree Lane Farm House such a nice lady? She's a real sweetheart!! That's so cool that she helped you with this new format. How do you like it? What made you decide to switch to three columns? I've thought about it...but I don't know that I need it just yet... Have a great week. Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

Camille said...

What a great post Karen ~ You are so right...we want homes where forgiveness is a theme! :)


Heather said...

Oooo, that's a toughy. It's always a good reminder to know that no matter what someone else has done to us, OUR sin is equal in the eyes of God and has broken HIS heart. His forgiveness is there for us when we forgive others. Thanks for this jolt of reality again.