Thursday, August 12, 2010

No Matter What

The words No Matter What sure are hard to say and mean.  No matter what, I'll always be by your side.  No matter what I'm here for you.  No matter what.......do you remember a certain disciple saying, No matter what Lord I'll be with you, yet three times he denied Christ just after saying those words.  Today I came across this song by Kerrie Roberts entitled, No Matter What.  Give it a listen.  It sure reminded me who is in control and that He has my best interest at heart, eventhough it might not match my ideas of what's best.  See what you think.


Here's the card I made for the Ways to Use It Challenge using buttons.  I have buttons but don't use them so thanks for this challenge. I used a marker to color the flowers and greenery on the Just Believe set. I stamped it on white then punched it out with my circle punch. Next I used pumpkin marker on the snowglobe outline and stamped it on white cardstock. I used a dimensional to raise the flowers up on the base of the snow globe. I love the fact that this now makes this stamp much more versatile. I added sweet and sour design paper and some rose red with scallops as well as white ribbon. Buttons and pearls were added.

We got a lot done today.  We're getting ready to host the student leaders of Ben's youth group Saturday.  They'll swim first, then eat then get down to their small group work.  We're not sure of the number of kids/adults yet. I'm going to email the youth pastor to see what he suggests as far as amount of food.
I'm so glad Ben's involved with this youth group.  He's growing so much and has fun group activities to do.  He's just come home from a Praise and Worship time at church from 6:30-10.  This is why we wanted our kids at this church because the have a lot of group things and they do missions trips and projects to help others which involves the kids.
It's time to get some other things done.  Thanks for stopping by.
bless you,








1 comment:

Renée said...

Beautiful colours on your card, Sue! The song was really nice, thanks for sharing!