I’m back from my short vacation in “God’s Country” where being free of the Internet allows you time to get closer to God and your family.
I still need a bit of time to catch up on what I didn’t look at during my time away, so I plan on resuming regular posts on Monday.
Have a blessed Sunday.
I will be taking a brief break from the blog for a few days next week, so the only new posts you’ll see are the ones I can schedule.
For my readers in good old United States of America, have a fun and safe Independence Day.
For everyone, have a great week filled with God’s blessings.
Next Friday, I have a big project going on at work, with final testing during the day and then production implementation starting at 7:30 pm CDT going until it is finished, probably around 8 am CDT.
So I probably won’t wake up until sometime in the afternoon to post the devotions for that day.
Thank you for your understanding, and if you could, please say a prayer that the implementation goes smoothly.
God’s Blessings to you.
I just got word from my web hosting provider that the update is complete.
I browsed a few pages, and everything seems OK.
I know I was notified a couple times during the upgrade period that my site wasn’t responding as I have “uptime” monitoring to let me know when my site is down.
God’s blessings on your day and may you have a wonderful Christmas as we remember the best gift we could ever receive in our Saviour, Jesus Christ, who humbled himself by coming as the babe in Bethlehem and endured the punishment that we deserve on Calvary.
Just a quick note to let my readers know that my web hosting provider will be upgrading the version of Ubuntu on my VPS today.
What this means: You may not be able to access my blog for some time today.
Thank you for your patience.
Just wanted to give you all a heads up that posts for Saturday will most likely be delayed because I have a project implementation for my “day” job that will start at 9 PM CT on Friday and will most likely not finish until around 5 AM Saturday morning, and so I’ll need to get some sleep after it is done.
Thank you for your understanding and have a blessed remainder of your week.
Once again I had an all night implementation at work, so the devotions will be posted after I get some sleep.
Sorry for the inconveniences and thank you for your understanding.
Have a blessed Saturday
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A couple show Christ’s love through fostering special-needs infants.Amanda M. KlempDescribing Shirley and Bob Polinske is easy. Faith is not merely a part of who they are; it is how they live. They had love to share and made it their life’s m
Source: Love times a hundred – WELS
This is an article about two very special people who’ve opened up their hearts and homes to many children with special needs.
It originally appeared in the September 2017 issue of “Forward In Christ”, the magazine of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.