Reformation Day!

Dear Friends, Happy Reformation Day to you who celebrate!  Click here and here to read about why this day is special to me.

Last year during this time, we were greatly concerned for those who were adversely affected by Sandy.  And I personally know of people in the quilting industry who were greatly affected by Sandy.  This has been a quiet “hurricane” year, and I feel incredibly blessed that we don’t have to re-live Sandy.


I thought this particular stanza in Martin Luther’s May God Bestow on us His Grace is worth sharing in light of the aforementioned blessing.

“Oh, let the people praise Thy worth,
In all good works increasing;
The land shall plenteous fruit bring forth,
Thy Word is rich in blessing.
May God the Father, God the Son,
And God the Spirit bless us!
Let all theworld praise Him alone,
Let solemn awe possess us.
Now let our hearts say, Amen.”

On the quilt-front, I finished this sweet little quilt!  More information about the quilt will be provided later.


Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you have had a blessed day!  Miss Baby doesn’t have school tomorrow – firs time since she started school.  I am going to have to re-adjust my schedule to her pre-going-to-school schedule.  It ought to be interesting.  I have kind of gotten used to having 2 1/2 quiet hours to myself each day, ha!


10 thoughts on “Reformation Day!

  1. I love Martin Luther Hymns. Hope you had a great Reformation Day, Today is all saints day, another great day in our Lutheran home, I hope it is a great day for you also.

  2. Happy Reformation Day to you also, Wendy! A Mighty Fortress is Our God was one of the first hymns I learned to sing as a child.

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