Posted by: Judy | April 3, 2015

Good News Friday

P.croissant with my sister.

It’s Friday, but Sunday’s coming. Thank you, Andy, for sharing this:

My Savior died and was resurrected for me. He shattered the chains of death and hell.

TBN plays Passion of the Christ commercial free.

My comfrey seeds are planted! I also have new lavender and rosemary plants.

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I think I’m facing a Game Changer. More next week. 🙂

What was something good in your week?


  1. Thank you so much Judy for linking my post! Have a blessed Easter weekend.

    • You’re most welcome. I’ve been thinking about “It’s Friday, but Sunday is coming” ever since I read it. Happy Easter, Andy.

      • Great, I think of this message every Easter! Blessings!

  2. I actually had to look up “comfrey” as I was not familiar with this herb. There is something very satisfying about starting new plants. I’ve never been particularly good with plants, but I still manage to have a few hardier varieties such as my little crepe myrtle tree and a couple pathos ivy. I also have three little bamboo plants on my kitchen windowsill that have managed to stay alive for almost two years now. Love having even a small touch of green in the house, despite my lack of gardening skills. 🙂

    • Comfrey was earlier known as “Knitbone.” I’ve been using it for decades. It isn’t common, and most people have no idea what it is or what it’s used for. It’s also a great water indicator, as in when do you need to water your plants. We had a lovely plant until someone stole half of it; unfortunately, what was left didn’t survive the trauma. It would “fall over,” all wilted. We’d water, and within 15 minutes it would perk right up like nothing happened. I used it on my dog and my horse with some amazing healing results. There is something healing about having living plants around.

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