Saturday, September 13, 2008

I Did It!

Yea! I feel like I have accomplished something today. I have learned how to add to my blog list. All by myself. Now that is an accomplishment for this dumb blogger. I told you'll I was blog illiterate. Now if I can learn how to put my awards on the sidebar I will really feel like I have arrived. Anyone want to volunteer to show me? There is so much I don't know about blogging so when I do something I am thrilled. A blogger friend told me how to put a address in my post so you can just click on it. Thanks Deb! Just will put a little post on here: In times of incertainty, wait. Always, if you have any doubt, wait! Do not force yourself to any action. If you have a restraint in your spirit, wait until all is clear, and do not go against it. Waiting! Yes, patiently waiting! Till next steps made plain shall be; To hear, with the inner hearing, The voice that will call for thee. Waiting! Yes, hopefully waiting! With hope that need not grow dim; The Master is pledged to guide me, And my eyes are upon HIM. Waiting! Expectantly waiting! Perhaps it may be today The Master will quickly open The gate to my future way. Waiting! Yes, waiting! still waiting! I know though I've waited long, That while He withholds His purpose, His waiting cannot be wrong. Waiting! Yes, waiting! Still waiting! The Master will not be late. He knoweth that I am waiting For Him to unlatch the gate. I read this in Streams in the Desert and thought it was so good. Seems we have to do a lot of waiting in our Christian life, but if we took things in our own hands what a mess we make. I know first hand. The times when I got impatient and tried to work out a situation in my life I have always gotten in trouble with the Lord. Now I am learning to do my best to wait on Him. How sweet it is when the Lord finds His child waiting on Him. And He works things out for our good and His glory. He's still working on me!


That Good Part said...

HI...I'm new to your blog as I've just joined the KJV blogroll.

I've been blogging for a long time, but now I hope that my blog is God Honoring.

I too am thrilled any time I learn something new. I follow a website that recently taught me how to change my default font type in my blog and now it has my very favorite font "Kristin" and I love it!

As for your awards, you would do best to create a post of them and then just link to it in your side bar, too many of them can give a cluttered effect. I'm sure you get a lot as you have a wonderful blog.

Have a wonderful day!☺

That Good Part said...

Gal, I've been getting double comments all day from people and a gal named Arlene posted a comment right before you and I hit reject on yours before I got to read it through...I'm so sorry! I can't find any way to recover it either. I was able to get your question about the font.

On my side bar are clips from blogs that I find interesting. In that bunch of clips is a post from Blogging 101 that tells how to change the fonts. I hope this helps you!


Ruthie said...

Ailene, Thanks for coming by my blog. It's always so good to meet new friends in Blogland!
I enjoyed reading your posts. We used Streams in the Desert for years, too. It never goes out of date.

Deborah said...

Ailene...I forgotto mention...I love the music you have playing!

Cathy said...

I think you are doing great! And thanks for adding me. :o) I really like the poem about waiting too.

Cathy said...

Did you figure out how to put your awards on the blog? I was going to email you, but could not find your address. Mine is on my profile if you need it. :o)

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