For more participants in Word-Filled Wednesday, be sure to visit Amy at The 160 Acre Woods.
Posted by infinitygoods on April 16, 2008
For more participants in Word-Filled Wednesday, be sure to visit Amy at The 160 Acre Woods.
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Posted by infinitygoods on March 19, 2008
For more participants, be sure to visit The 160 Acre Woods.
Posted in Baby, bible, Blogroll, carnival, Christian, Christianity, Church, culture, Faith, Family, Flickr, free, God, God's Word, Holidays, Home, Infinity Goods, infinitygoods.com, Lent, life, nature, Photography, religion, Spiritual, spirituality, Tradition, Uncategorized, Word Filled Wednesday | Tagged: baby animal, bible, Bible verse, cute, Easter, Flickr, God, Jesus, John 1:36, lamb, Lamb of God, Photography | 5 Comments »
Posted by infinitygoods on March 12, 2008
Happy Thursday to all!!
I found these amazing photos on Flickr to share with all of you. Just hover over the photos to see the credits. Let me know what you think. Any favorites?
Happy Viewing! 🙂
Hope you liked them. Please don’t forget to leave a comment so I can come visit you too.
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Posted by infinitygoods on March 4, 2008
For more participants Spreading God’s Word with Word Filled Wednesday, visit Amydeanne at The 160 Acre Woods.
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Posted by infinitygoods on February 29, 2008
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Posted by infinitygoods on February 19, 2008
With this week-end’s meat recall, 143 million pounds of beef, the largest recall in history, comes an even more disturbing possibility. A video has surfaced that shows inhumane conditions may have occurred since 1993. That’s 15 years!! Did the government do anything to safeguard that consumers eat healthy food? Did the greedy big business slaughterhouse have the least thought about the public school children who would eat tainted meat? Are California cows happy cows as the advertising slogan claims? You decide.
Check out Tad Cronn’s article and look at the video he posted.
Posted in America, blog, blogging, Blogroll, boycott, consumers, Cooking, Cuisine, culture, Documentary, education, Family, farmer's markets, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, food products, government agencies, greed, Home, homeschool, homeschooling, Household Tip, Household Tips, How To, howto, infamous, Infinity Goods, infinitygoods.com, Internet, Journalism, life, manufacturers, Media, movies, Nation, natural foods, nature, News, Photography, Photojournalism, profit, publishing, sales, savings, Science Experiments, Shopping, U.S., Uncategorized, United States, United States Department of Agriculture, USA, USDA, Website, writing | Tagged: bad meat, Barbecue, beef, cattle, Children, consumer safety, consumers, eat, eating, Family, FDA, Federal, Food, Food and Drug Aministration, government, government agencies, hamburger, Home, Humane Society, inhumane, inhumane conditions, kids, largest recall in history, meat, News, public schools, recall, ribs, safety, slaughter, slaughterhouse, steak, Tad Cronn, tadcronn.wordpress.com, tainted meat, television, TV, TV news, Video, YouTube | 4 Comments »
Posted by infinitygoods on February 6, 2008
We all have a purpose. Sometimes we hope it were not so. Even Jesus said in the garden of Gethsemene, “Father, Father, everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me.” Mk 14:36.
Yet it is not what we want, but what God wants.
Before Jesus started his ministry, he spent 40 days in the desert as preparation. Forty days is a recurring amount of time in the Bible. It gives us a glimpse that 40 days have significance for God. Noah had to withstand 40 days of rain, Moses spent 40 days on Mount Sinai, David defeated Goliath after 40 days of his taunting the Jews, Elijah fasted for 40 days, God gave Nineveh 40 days to reform and Jesus spent 40 days on Earth after his resurrection.
There are 40 days of Lent in preparation for Easter.
For this 40-day spiritual journey, let us be guided by the bible and by Rick Warren’s The Purpose Driven Life to go through the dark hours of lent and into the glorious resurrection that is Easter.
At the end of the 40 days of reflection may we all live to our fullest purpose not as our will, but as God’s will be done.
Tomorrow will start Day One of our journey. So go ahead and read the book’s introduction, commit to the journey, sign the contract, and then read Chapter One. Together we will discuss the first chapter.
Rick Warren says “Real spiritual growth is never an isolated, individualistic pursuit. Maturity is produced through relationship and community.”
So for all our sakes I hope you will all join in through the comments. I know statistics show that less than 1% of people ever comment and the rest of us just lurk and that’s fine, but in this particular instance, the more you comment and become part of this community rather than a passive observer, the more you will get out of this experience.
Tomorrow we will look at chapter 1. Until tomorrow, and may God always be with you.
I find the above photo to be very interesting. Here’s what the photographer, John Dalkin (Heaven’s Gate of Flickr) posted in the public files.
” Doorway, flanked by two old tree-trunks,The Parish Church of St Edward, Stow on the Wold, England.
The Church of St Edward was built between the 11th and the 15th centuries. It stands on the site of the original Saxon church, believed to have been of wood. The tower, completed in 1447, is 88′ high and houses the heaviest peal of bells, eight in all, in Gloucestershire. A clock with chimes has existed there since 1580. The present clock was made in 1926. The painting of the Crucifixion in the south aisle was painted by Gaspar de Craeyer (1582-1669), a contemporary of Reubens and Van Dyck. Many features of this outstanding Cotswold Church may be attributed to the town’s prosperity as a centre of the wool trade.”
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Posted by infinitygoods on January 27, 2008
Here’s a couple of shots of snow in the Los Angeles mountains that I took in between rainstorms, from the west end of the San Fernando Valley, in the mountains separating Los Angeles County and Ventura County. This is NOT a common sight, so if you were wondering why I was posting about the cold from Southern California, this visual is worth a thousand words as the saying goes. Our thermometers, even at the low altitude of the San Fernando Valley, were below freezing, something we are definitely not used to in these parts. And some prophets tell us that snow proves global warming! I just can’t resist laughing out loud, and often. I was glad to happen upon this palm tree: a visual juxtaposition of hot with the cold of the snow.
Posted in Al Gore, America, American History, blog, blogging, Blogroll, climate, culture, Earth, education, entertainment, film, Global Warming, Heat Wave, humor, Infinity Goods, infinitygoods.com, life, Memories, nature, News, Photography, Photojournalism, science, U.S., United States, USA | Tagged: Al Gore, California, climate, environmentalists, freezing, Global Warming, green, humor, liberals, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Mountains, palm tree, Photography, Photos, rain, San Fernando Valley, snow, Southern California, storm, Ventura County, weather | 5 Comments »