Family Reunion – Yay! or Yuk?

When’s the last time you attended a family reunion?  Do you love going to them, or do you force yourself to go out of duty? My parents are here visiting, and when my mom told me there was a family reunion she wanted to attend, I’ll admit, I wasn’t at all excited.  Many of the people I haven’t see since I was a child, so the prospect of saying, “I’m Carol’s daughter, or “Alfred was my grandfather didn’t excite me. {Read More}

The Heavens Declare the Glory of God – Printable Antique Sheet Music

I love it when Scripture is set to music, and this sheet music page, “The Heavens Declare the Glory of God” is lovely.  It came from a mid-1920’s magazine for musicians. {Click HERE{ for the full-size printable version.} Psalm 19:1-7 The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.  Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge.  There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard.  Their line is gone {Read More}

Consider the Wildflowers – Photography Printable with Bible verse

Happy Mother’s Day!! I picked up this pretty red enamelware coffee pot at an antique store last month, and went outside to pick some flowering weeds to put in it.  They may only be weeds, but I think they are just as pretty as flowers from a garden, and they are growing prolifically along my gravel road, so I can pick them to my heart’s content! It reminded me of the “consider the wildflowers” verse found in Luke 12:27 NIV {Read More}

An Evening Prayer

Is this hymn familiar to any of you?  I’ve never heard it before, but I really like the words, particularly the first stanza.   Blessings,

God be with You antique hymn page printable

This old hymn, “God be with You” is from one of my antique hymnals and would make a nice addition to a gift or used on a project for someone who is moving, going off to college, or leaving on a mission trip. I think it would work well printed for the cover of a card, or decoupaged into wood. Click HERE for the full size printable. I hope you enjoy it!  

This World Is Not My Home hymnal page


Near the Cross – antique hymnal page printable

Here is a well-known and beloved hymn, “Near the Cross”, from one of the best-known  and most prolific hymn writers, Fanny Crosby.  It would make a lovely printable to display during Easter.  Fanny wrote up to 9,000 hymns, and even used pen names, so that hymnals wouldn’t be filled with her name more than others.  Born in 1801, she was blinded at 6 weeks of age, by a quack doctor who prescribed an incorrect treatment, but of her blindness, she once said, {Read More}

Antique Hymn Book Page – I Know That my Redeemer Lives

 It’s so good to be home!  My youngest son had a basketball tournament in Kansas City this weekend.  The 4 hour drive up there on Thursday was fine, but with snowstorm “Thor”, it made the drive back home go slower.  We didn’t really hit too much snow along the way, until it started picking up when we got closer to home. I love going away for little trips, but it’s always so nice to get back home.  I was hoping {Read More}

Get off the bench and get in the game

I’ve always loved this hymn, because it’s such a sincere prayer about wanting to be “all in” for God. The mid-week small group I attend has been doing a study from the book by Francis Chan, called, “The Forgotten God”.  There’s a video that goes along with the study, and he gave a very vivid example of how most people, in most churches in America behave, that really struck home with me.

Antique Hymn Page – Let the Lower Lights be Burning

Here’s a lovely antique hymn page from the early 1900’s.  I think this would look lovely as an image transfer onto a candle (tutorial HERE).  Enjoy! Blessings,