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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

The Greatest Gift . . . Who's your Valentine?




A few days ago when I started this little Valentines Day Party I asked the question who's your Valentine. Most everyone that responded said their husband but one sweet lady said Jesus Christ. I was saving this till tomorrow but the Lord prompted me to share it today. I was working on Valentines Day boxes for the teenage girls that I mentor and disciple and I am including this for each of them. Most of them have not accepted Christ as their savior. They still have many questions concerning his love and God's love.

I hope everyone enjoys this and maybe if you haven't seen it before then you will be able to use it for your Valentines Day activities. If you don't have a Valentine don't forget that God loved you so much that he sent his son for you and that is the greatest love of all. He is your Valentine.

Blessings to all. Love, Sherry

p.s. there is another post for today please read it. It will bless you.

8 comments:

Laurel Wreath said...

I love it!! Thank you for sharing this special Valentine.

ellen b. said...

Oh look at how creative you are! I love it. The best kind of love for sure!!

Amydeanne said...

oh sherry! i love your wfw! it is so perfect!

Anonymous said...

Very nice! I love it!

Esther Sunday said...

And to you! Thank you, Sherry. Love, Esther

Angela (Gran) said...

Perfect for today...Our best kind of love!!

Have a blessed day!

My WW is here:http://thelifeandtimesofgran.blogspot.com/2008/02/wordfilled-wednesday.html

linda t said...

Oh Sherry, thanks for your invitation to your blog! I am loving reading your blog! I will be back for sure!
And I graduated in 1975... so I can see we have lots in common! I can't wait to start sewing for my first Grandbaby coming in April!
Praying your husband gets to feeling better and has a full recovery from his surgery!

Kim ~ "HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs" said...

Dear Sherry,
Just wanted to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day and thank you for visiting me...your words of encouragement were/are greatly appreciated.
Love, Kim