Bible Thumping Linus

Nature is very meaningful to me and I know God is among the trees and animals in nature. If you get this in email form, please be sure to click into my blog today as I have SNOW falling right now!  It is so cool.

Today, Linus my precious dog reminded me (note photos below) to make sure I share with my followers that I do wish all of you a very Merry Christmas.   I know that many of you have different faiths and I actually enjoy reading what many of my blogs I follow say about their life and their belief system.  My belief is Bible based and I truly love the story of Christ the Child.  Growing up Lutheran, I received a firm foundation in my belief but never really committed to my faith until I was just about grown up.  I will be honest with you about my current state of faith and mind.  I do not feel like I have any.  Yet I do not go by my feelings.  Today is a reminder that all of us should love one another, take care of the sick, feed the poor, and lift up those in need.  This is truly what Jesus the Christ did in His ministry on earth. Where ever you are I hope you will enjoy how my nature around me reminds me of my faith.  I am usually kind of silly so enjoy these photos taken with my Panasonic DMC-ZR1 in that spirit:2012-12-06 14.22.39

Linus Sleeping on my Bible. He has been like this for an hour!

Linus Sleeping on my Bible. He has been like this for an hour!

 

Bird Watching

Bird Watching

GO GO GO EAT!

GO GO GO EAT!

Linus Praying

Linus Praying!

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6 thoughts on “Bible Thumping Linus

  1. Kevin

    Thanks for the invite. Linus is the perfect name for a dog, especially in a post about Christmas. By the way, don’t you love the WP snowfall?

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  2. st sahm

    This is thought provoking. I grew up Presbyterian. I believe in salvation through Christ alone but I sure don’t have any faith in churches around here. Religion in in the south is so weird nowadays…

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    1. alesiablogs Post author

      Keep your faith in Christ alone and I believe you will be ok. We all live in a broken world. Therefore the church will be full of flakes! We are all on this journey together we call life. I am glad you are here with me. Thank you for reading! Alesia

      Reply

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