Sunday, December 12, 2010

A Child is Born

For unto us


a child is born,

 unto us a son is given:

and the government shall be upon his shoulder:


and his name shall be called

Wonderful,

Counsellor,

The Mighty God,

The Everlasting Father,

 The Prince of Peace.
Isaiah 9:6



Linking with The Tablescaper  for
"Seasonal Sundays"
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"Spiritual Sundays" 
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"Mosaic Mondays".






  

    


 
 


 

12 comments:

Sue said...

What a charmingly rustic nativity scene, Cindy. I need to buy a stable- wish I could find one while out thrifting- I don't relish paying $80 for the one I really want! It's been nutty around here- finally finished a project I've been working on and the house is decorated as much as it's going to get! Definitely pared down this year. I haven't ever posted about our outing. Thanks for sending the pictures! I really appreciate it. :-) Hope you're enjoying a break away from class and can savor a little time to yourself.
~ Sue

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Good morning Cindy....Your nativity is darling! I have never seen one quite like that! I love how you have it displayed. I still need to put mine out which I had planned to do today. Stay warm....temps are really suppose to drop this week!~Hugs, Patti

Donnie said...

That is so sweet and I really enjoyed how you put the words to your Nativity scene. Have a blessed Sunday.

Whidbey Woman said...

Such a sweet post! Happy Spiritual Sunday :)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

What a cute nativity, very special! I love your evergreen branches sticking up, they look great:@)

Busy as a Bee in Paris said...

would love to have you link up this post to my christmas link party
http://busyasabeeinparis.blogspot.com/2010/11/christmas-ideas-for-children-des-idees.html
thanks for sharing!
xo,
maria

The Tablescaper said...

Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

GrandmaK said...

A beautiful nativity!!! Nicely done!!! Cathy

Carol at Serendipity said...

Very lovely. Words and pictures very meaningful for the season.

Carol

Vee said...

Oh you told that story so very well using your handcrafted nativity and your mosaic. Just wonderful...

Charlotte said...

Thank you for sharing this scripture and the darling pictures to illustrate.
Blessings,
Charlotte

Pam said...

Your nativity is precious. I've got to get a creche for mine. Or else break down and make one. Beautiful post.

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