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Rialú Féin: Irish for Self-control

April 19, 2022

Christ has been raised from the dead

1 Cor. 15:20

And so we come to the end of this special time together.

Thanks for sharing it with me.

Please visit JW.ORG for up-to-the-minute topics which enlighten and comfort.

For example, at the moment, the lead article is “Peace on Earth. Is world peace possible? The Bible has the answer.” Find Out

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Gile: Irish for Kindness

April 18, 2022

For just as in Adam all are dying,

so also in the Christ all will be made alive.

1 Cor. 15:22

Thanks to the sacrifice of Jesus. our hope for the future includes the prospect of seeing our dead loved ones being resurrected.

Death, the last enemy, is to be brought to nothing. 1 Cor 15:26

What an unspeakably happy time that will be!

To find out from God’s Word what you have to do to be there, please leave your details HERE or if you live in Ireland, you are most welcome to contact me.

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Creideamh: Irish for Faith

April 17, 2022

“For God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, so that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.

John 3:16

The Bible attaches great importance to the death of Jesus. Did his death have a purpose?

I invite you to watch the video, “Why Did Jesus Die?”

You’ll find out, from God’s Word, what went wrong with the world, why we see so much suffering, and how Jesus’ death reopened the prospect of everlasting life in a Paradise Earth for each of us.

Not a bad way to spend 4:11 minutes of your time today

This is the second of the Peacock kits.

These images are so vibrant and joyful, aren’t they?

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Maitheas: Irish for Goodness

April 16, 2022

You were set free
…with precious blood,
like that of an unblemished
and spotless lamb,
that of Christ.

1Pe 1:18, 19

Would you like to be set free from war, from sickness and death, from crime and injustice? Would you like to be set free from mental anxiety, depression, overwhelming grief?

How much would you pay to be set free? Clue: You can’t afford it!

But the price has already been paid. Jesus paid it.

Spend 4:38 minutes today to find out a bit more about this…

Maintain Your Focus on Jesus!

Maitheas means Goodness. It’s good to linger on the goodness of Jehovah and Jesus as they cooperated together in the greatest act of love of all time to undo the horrible results that came from the actions of Satan, Adam and Eve.

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Cineáltas: Irish for Kindness

April 15, 2022

By this the love of God
was revealed in our case,
that God sent his only-begotten Son
into the world so that we might
gain life through him

1 John 4:9

We welcome you to attend our annual event to remember the death of Jesus Christ. It will be held after sundown this evening, Friday, April 15.

FIND A MEMORIAL

Kindness, a quality that is both strong AND gentle.

May undeserved kindness and peace be increased to you by an accurate knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord” 2 Peter 1:2

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Foighne: Irish for Patience

April 14, 2022

By this the love of God was revealed in our case, that God sent his only-begotten Son into the world so that we might gain life through him.
The love is in this respect, not that we have loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as a propitiatory sacrifice for our sins.

1 John 4:9,10

“Imagine a world filled with peace, free of suffering, an abundance of food for all, and life in perfect health.

How can this beautiful future be possible?

Because of what Jesus did for us. He came to earth for a purpose. He gave his life for those he loved…”

This is a quote from a short video on why we commemorate the Memorial of Jesus’ Death.

If you have 1:41 minutes, please watch this video to see how it affects you now and how it affects your future.

Please join us in showing appreciation for Jesus’ sacrifice tomorrow Friday, April 15.

FIND A MEMORIAL

In the Bible, “the word “long-suffering” (or patience) has the sense of “putting up with, permitting, tolerating, holding up, or delaying.” “Long-suffering” means more than merely enduring pain or trouble. It does not mean merely “suffering long” but involves deliberate restraint.”

(from Insight on the Scriptures)

If everyone in the world exercised patience, what differences would you expect to see? How would the news headlines be affected?

To learn more about this beautiful quality of God that he shares with us (Gen 1:26) please visit JW.ORG and type Patience in the Search bar.

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Síocháin: Irish for Peace

April 13, 2022

“Keep doing this
in remembrance of me.”

Luke 22:19

Peace! In the Bible, the Hebrew word for “peace” doesn’t mean just being free from war. It also conveys the idea of health, safety, soundness, welfare, friendship, and entirety or completeness.

Are you distressed about the lack of peace in the world? Are you concerned for your family when you read about global climate change and the rising cost of living?

I warmly recommend a visit to our beautiful website JW.ORG.

Enter whatever topic you are worried about in the Search Bar.

You’ll find 1) Reasons WHY these things are happening. 2) Comfort and Help in COPING with them now and 3) HOPE for the future under the coming Kingdom of God.

We ask God for this government in the Our Father Prayer. Jesus died to make it possible.

Please join us on Friday to show appreciation for his sacrifice.

There are nine kits in this series. Today’s colour scheme will work well with yesterday’s kit, “Áthas”, AND with others that are coming later on. Mixing and matching will give some lovely LOs, cards etc.

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Áthas: Irish for Joy

April 12, 2022

“See,
the Lamb of God
who takes away
the sin of the world!”

John 1:29

When is the last time you made a sacrifice for someone? Did they notice? Did they appreciate it?

What’s the most you would do for someone? Would you give up your life? Would you give up your child’s life?

That’s what Jesus and Jehovah God were willing to do for us. For me. For you.

That’s what we commemorate on Friday, April 15.

Please join us.

To get details of when and where your nearest Memorial is taking place, please visit the link HERE.

Simple but profound joys; sun-drenched hillsides, fragrant flowers, the buzzing of bees and fluttering of butterflies and dragonflies…

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Grá: Irish for Love

April 11, 2022

Help us, O God of our salvation,
For the sake of your glorious name;
Rescue us and forgive our sins
for the sake of your name

Psalm 79:9

This world has never been more in need of salvation and rescue, has it? From the very beginning of things going wrong, our Creator purposed to fix what our first parents broke. This purpose is why Jesus gave up his perfect life for us, to make everlasting life on a Paradise Earth without sickness and war, crime and injustice possible.

During these few days leading up to Jesus paying that price, it’s good to linger on remembering these events.

If you’d like to refresh your mind on what Jesus was doing in his last few days, today’s events begin HERE in the book “Jesus​—The Way, the Truth, the Life”

The Memorial of Jesus’ Death is being commemorated this year on Friday, April 15, after sundown.

Many of these meetings will be held in person in the local Kingdom Halls but some are still on Zoom. To find your nearest Memorial, please start HERE and then check for local contact details. If you get stuck or need some assistance, please feel free to leave a comment and I’ll contact you privately.

There are 9 days of the Memorial Bible Reading and 9 aspects of the Fruitage of the Spirit. So I’m using these as my kit names, but in Irish. Today we have Grá, the Irish word for Love ❤

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I think these peacock images are so beautiful! I found so many of them that I’ve used them as a basis for 2 of the kits in this series. Don’t miss the second one to add to your stash! Coming in a few days

Raised Up and Dahlia

April 10, 2020

He said to them: “Do not be stunned.

You are looking for Jesus the Nazarene who was executed on the stake.

He was raised up. He is not here. Look, here is the place where they laid him.

Mark 16:6

 

The death and resurrection of Jesus open the door to an unimaginably happy future.

Will you step through that door?

You could begin with the Online Bible Study Lessons

This is a free interactive Bible study course. You won’t need to register or provide personal information.

The lessons are self-guided, so you can progress at your own pace.

Learn about the Bible and what it really teaches.

This will show you how to benefit from the free gift that has been bought and paid for with so high a price.

Memorial Bible reading: (Daytime events: Nisan 16) Mark 16:2-8

If you’d like to follow along, today’s events begin HERE

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Today’s card coordinates with this kit

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IMPORTANT: PLEASE NOTE

The Flower Girl Charms shown with each of the 9 Kits are available as a BONUS DOWNLOAD LINK

This is a Special Occasion gift to all who visit and leave a comment here on my blog or by sending me an email during the 9 days of the Memorial season.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

 

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