Sunday, March 1, 2009

think on these things...

Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right...
whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable...
if anything is excellent or praiseworthy...
think about such things.
Phil. 4: 8 NIV

It's so easy to focus on all the things in life that are not so lovely...or praiseworthy...or uplifting. I've found a small way to keep my mind on things that are true, noble and right...while I'm driving in my car...or going for a walk...or working in the office. I listen to Praise 106.5's a breath of fresh air! It's's of good report. Check it out...they have live streaming.

Have a blessed Sunday...


  1. How cool is this. I'm listening right now.

    Thanks for sharing, Judy.

  2. I'm going to check it out, thanks. I can pick up two Christian radio stations in the van and it's lovely listening to uplifting music and talk! Thanks Judy. Blessings, Heather

  3. Yes, we get it here too. Of all sources, I heard about it a few years ago from a client!

  4. Thansk Judy, I'm listening now. It's alwasy better to deal on good things!

  5. Judy,

    The church steeple against the snowy mountain is beautiful. You and I both posted church steeples this morning.

  6. Just stopped back in so that I could say thank you for the link. I spent some time this afternoon listening to the live stream...very nice web site they have, too. (Since there was no birdsong and all... ;> )

  7. Thanks for the links. There's nothing like good music.
    Think upon these things.....those that are pure....
    Loved your church.

  8. so nice post!


    Marina at Only cute things

  9. Judy, Once again my visit to your blog left me feeling inspired and blessed. Both of the pictures, the header and the post are so beautiful. I have a favorite Christian station in our area that is a constant companion for me. It does help with my daily focus. Thank you for all the recipes that you share also. You must be a great cook!

  10. Thanks for an uplifting post, have a great week!

  11. My car radio is tuned into that staion most of the time. I pass by that steeple amny times a week. Kathy


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