Thursday, April 3, 2008


Hey Y'all! I'm back with an editorial. If you don't want to hear about what's happening in the United States with Christianity, move on. I'm not going to go deep into details but am going to send you off to read a very astute, intelligent, and Christian scrapbooking lady's blog. I left a comment on her post that I'll reproduce here for you:

"Oh MY God! HE is my God. I stand by that emphatically. I haven't watched Oprah regularly for over a year but when my daughter started telling me that Oprah was touting a New Religion, I balked. Oprah? Not the warm and loving, Christian woman I had come to love as if we actually knew each other? Then Obama was endorsed and I kept getting all those negative emails about him. I decided to do some research too, Ro. I am appalled at what has happened to Oprah and that so many are blindly following her movement because they have always seen her (just as I have) as an expert on love, sanity, health, and politics. I'm praying to My Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, to help us wake up our fellow Christians and set them on the correct path to Salvation with a capital "J!"
Thank you Ro. You really do have a way about you that makes me open my eyes and question life. Again, thank you.
In Christ,

Please, if you don't do anything else today about your future, Google Oprah and check out what is going on in her life, spiritually and politically. And if you don't have time for that, at least check out Ro's blog, you will be flabbergasted at what's happening.

Thanks for listening.

1 comment:

LeslieinTN said...

It's interesting that this should be your post today b/c a friend just sent me an email w/a video about this. I haven't watched it yet but did hear about it recently on the Christian radio station.

You asked about the inchies - what to do with them. What I plan on doing is painting a small canvas - maybe an 8x10 and then adhering them to it. For the swap I was in everyone had to mat theirs with 1/4 inch of black all the way around so that they overall dimensions were 1 1/2 inch square (for cohesiveness).

Thanks for your comments on my blog. :)