“The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter. ’tis the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.” Mark Twain

Finds For Friday - 9/10/10

If you're here for Friday Fiction, which I'm hosting, just scroll to the bottom of this post - it's right below. Or you can click here to go right to it. :)

Finds for Fridays" is my way of sharing some of the wonderful blogs posts I read each week. I am currently following about 100 blogs and at least scan them as much as I can. Each week, I'll note and "set aside" some posts that especially speak to me for whatever reason. And each Friday that I am able, I'll share them with you. I hope you'll stop by and read the posts, and maybe even follow the blogs if you aren't already. A win-win, right?

And now, without further ado: this week's finds.

Sweet P's by Wanda at The Watered Soul (a wonderful prayer)

Let Him Do The Math by LauraLee Shaw at LauraLeeShaw.com (about turning it over to God)

Whatever happened to labor? by Seth Godin at Seth Godin's Blog (about creativity in the workforce)

The Mysterious Path of a Generous Grace By Elaine Olsen at Peace For The Journey (about living the lives God has given us)

Calling Home by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today (about connecting with our kids - and our Heavenly Father)

Presumptuous Sin by Lynda Schultz at Grains of Sand (about pride and Qur'an  burning)

Thanks for stopping by! Hope you check out these posts, and maybe even become a follower of these blogs. You'll certainly be blessed!

Have a great weekend.

Paving Rough Roads With God's Presence


  1. I wish I had time to read 100 blogs! Good for you, Joanne, for sharing and encouraging -- you never fall in using that amazing gift God gave you.

    big hugs

  2. Wow, Jo, thank you so much! I'm going to go by and read these others. Love this idea. Your own lil "treasure" chest. ;)

  3. Thanks for the mention and for some other worthy "reads" this morning. What a great idea!



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