Somewhere, Over the Rainbow…

                  2016-08-22 19.22.46      Skies are…

Skies are indeed many things including blue.

2016-08-17 21.36.41 HDR-2 This I like to think of as flying through the first firmament.

This is what came to mind when I was having a conversation with someone about conspiracy theories. He touched on the moon landing by the Americans in the 60’s and whether it actually happened or not. Personally, I don’t hold an opinion, but I did say ‘I can tell you what it says in scripture about the moon’… Gladly, he said, ‘Go on then’…

‘God created a greater light and a lesser light. The lesser light being the moon. It reflects the greater light for us to have his light even at night. When we don’t see the moon in our night sky, we still have his stars.’

 

Genesis 1:14= And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons and for days and years:

1:15= And let them be for lights in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth: and it was so.

1:16= And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night: he made the stars also.

1:17= And God set them in the firmament of the heaven to give light upon the earth,

1:18= And to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness: and God saw that it was good.

1:19= And the evening and the morning were the fourth day.

So, as I finished explaining on simpler terms, he looked at me  and smiled saying,’I prefer to think of the moon in that way.’

Normally, to make a point I back one verse up with another, but I feel this is a stand alone event that we see continually in our lives. I have taken these things for granted.

This is yet another thing to be thankful for.

Every Blessing,  Xx Val

2016-08-18 20.11.18 HDR-2

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Author: valyoung63

I am a Canadian living and working in the UK. I live in a small village near Windsor, with my husband of 20 years (thanks love!) We have two nearly grown up gals of 16 and 19. (thanks again, love!) Finally, we have two small dogs that make sure we get out into God's pastures, what ever the weather, whether it's nice or not. I am always glad when I'm out, as I can concentrate on prayer. Sometimes the prayer is interrupted with other dogs and their walkers, but I am grateful for the opportunity to get out and clear the head and heart. I have been a saved Christian since 1987 (thanks John) and have seen my husband and children saved since 2011ish. (thanks so much Barry). We have seen the humble beginnings of a Bible believers church. While people may come and go, the ones that have found, tried and made up their own mind what they do; we study the inspired, infallible word of God, praising our Lord Jesus Christ through prayer and fellowship. (thanks again, Barry). In my moments of pleasure, sometimes at unreasonable hours, I read the scripture through notes I have taken from studies. I also, write and illustrate. This is a new adventure for me, I would love to incorporate these things into the blog and share it with you! XxVal Mumma Bear Wellness is a new blog, sharing with you my own experiences through the tangled web that is GP vs Holistic views. This will NOT be a forum for tussles as I explain in the first post, both can work together. I would love to hear about someone's experiences in relation to the post topic! Until then, go and have the best day you can with every blessing!

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