I hope everyone had a great Easter weekend! He is Risen!!! And because of that we have a way to eternal life with Him. 🙂 Our weekend was very special and fun…and warm (yay!) I ate WAYYY too much, put back on a couple of pounds that were lost with hard work…but that’s ok…back to it today. I tried a few new yummy recipes that I will share:
The first is super easy…roasted cauliflower…my kids are not big fans of cauliflower, but this was a hit! Just cut cauliflower into large chunks. Drizzle with olive oil (enough to toss the cauliflower in). Lay on a tin foiled baking and sprinkle with sea salt and chili powder. Cover with tin foil and roast for 15 minutes on 450. After 15 minutes, uncover and continue roasting for 35 minutes. Soooo yummy!
Another easy one…lightly oil a baking sheet and place asparagus on it. Sprinkle asparagus with salt. Wrap in pairs with 1 slice of bacon. Broil for 10-15 minutes.
The last one for today is baby portobello mushrooms stuffed with crab and cheese. That recipe can be found here: https://www.hy-vee.com/meal-solutions/recipes/Cheesy-Crab-Stuffed-Mushrooms-R1513.aspx This was my personal favorite! Really, with all that cheese…how could it not be. 😉
Enjoy the rest of the week!
For He was teaching His disciples saying to them, “For the Son of Man is going to be delivered into the hands of men, and they will kill Him. And when He is killed, after three days He will rise.” ~ Mark 9:31
What a time that Friday was all those years ago. A beautiful sacrifice of Christ. But even though he prepared His followers, they were still unsure. They still did not see the hope of His promise for a time that probably seemed like forever to them.
As we go through our lives, praying for family, for health, for certain situations, we have to remember Christ has already fulfilled His promises to us. And we deserve none of them. We have to listen and trust in Him no matter how long those days from despair to hope may seem.
Be blessed today! 🙂
As we approach Easter weekend…Good Friday, remembering our Savior being beaten and killed for our sins, Resurrection Sunday…knowing He still lives and He has overcome, I thought reviewing this strong courage and faith seemed appropriate.
The strength, courage and faith of these 21 men could only be given by Christ. They encompass what we all hope we would do in that situation. They faced the fear, the pain, the anguish not with timidity, but with singing and praising the Lord. And moments after, they joined their Savior in eternal perfection of Heaven.
Maybe the most amazing part of this story is that there was one man taken with the group of Christians who was not a Christian. He, however, chose their same fate after seeing their faith. He saw their faith and knew their God (our God, the only God) is real. He gave his life to Christ moments before joining Christ in His Kingdom.
When we go into this weekend, we praise the Lord for giving us earthly examples of incredible faith. We also praise Him for being the only One through Whom we can be saved. He paid the ultimate price…pain, suffering, death on the cross, taking every sin of all of ours onto Himself. There has never been greater pain, and He took it for us to offer us a way to Heaven. He is the ONLY way. Not anything good we do, but knowing we are not good enough and giving our lives, ourselves, to Him.
Remember His sacrifice this weekend, remember His love, remember His daily grace and mercy. And talk to Him…thank Him…give yourself up to Him.
Since it has been around a year since I have been on here, I thought it was well past time to get back in the game. 🙂
What a way to start than with this:
The word you are looking for is…”ahhh…maaaaa…zing!”
This awesome creation by McCormick and Schmick’s graced my plate yesterday in all its splendor. It is huge! At least to me. The size of the picture doesn’t do it justice. It is truly a delicious piece of art filled with mousse and the raspberry sauce on the bottom is delicious! I would recommend to anyone and everyone.
We then made our way to see Allegiant…which sadly I would not recommend to anyone and everyone. My husband enjoyed it, but has not read the book. Very futuristic…almost to the sci-fy realm. I, being a HARD CORE Divergent fan, am not enjoying all the artistic liberties being put into the films. This last one is completely different than the book, changed, not just missing parts. However, it is entertaining.
That’s it for now! Figured I would start with a nice light, yummy post before delving into politics and such on my first blog back in action.