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  1. Thanks for your image and words. I haven't been at your blog before, and I so enjoy the Channing quote at top. Great place you have here.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Evi! That Channing quote has been a favorite of mine for years...glad you enjoyed it :-)

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  2. Coming from a retired librarian and teacher, this photo and Scripture are especially meaningful for me today. Fine photo! Caring through Christ, ~ linda visiting from The Sunday Community (on Saturday : ) )

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    1. Thank you, Linda! I'm glad you like it!

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  3. The Word and not a Kindle, not a Nook, not a tablet, but books. Good old books. I love this. I'm jumping over from Jumping Tandem to say hello.

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    1. Yes! Real books...there is just nothing like them. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. To find wisdom and understanding would be a blessing. I'm still seeking.

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    1. I think, Jennifer, that the quest is a life long one :-)

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  5. I pray continually for God to give me wisdom and understand, about all things in my life. It is such a treasure.

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    1. He is faithful and generous in answer to our prayers!

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  6. This scripture was needed today. Praying for Him to give me wisdom and understanding. Thank you!
    Thank you too for visiting my site today. Blessings, Beth.

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    1. "For the Lord gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge and understanding" Proverbs 2:6 At least you know where to find it :-)

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  7. I am enjoying my visit here! I just finished proverbs. Wisdom and understanding have been the prayer of my heart lately! Blessings to you! Love, Rachael @ Inking the Heart

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    1. Such a wonderful book to read isn't it? Glad you enjoyed your visit and thanks for the kind words!

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  8. Thanks for linking to Sunday Stillness. I love that shot - it really shows an "old wisdom" which relates to what God wants us to know.
    Many blessings,
    Janis www.janiscox.com

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  9. Yes. Wisdom is highly important. An issue we can never set aside. And "understanding" is a "good thing", too. Both, however, are "God" things.

    Thank you.

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    1. Certainly there is an earthly wisdom and knowledge but the one of great price and of utmost value is the wisdom of God.

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