Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Welcome Pilgrim Pal Amrita!

Amrita
North, India
I am a single , evangelical, born-again Christian woman, child of the swinging 60s. A teacher by profession,but changed gears when disability - in the sound and light realm struck. Now I am a care giver to my widowed Mom and Aunt and business manager of our small church (voluntary service )The purpose of my blog is to share the trials and triumphs of life in India and encourage friends to pray for us.You can call it a cross cultural blog http://yesugarden.blogspot.com/


Pilgrim Pals is very pleased to announce that Amrita is joining!!
Amrita is a godly, and heart caring person from India.
Below you will see some of the flowers that she loves to grow and keep care of.
Her blog is chuck full of good things!




















Below is one of her posts that I really enjoyed. Her personality comes right through!
Amrita is like our Jel who visits so many blogs and spreads her sunshine and her hugs, expecting nothing in return. [Two friends we have here who will never forsake us! ]
It will be a joy to have her as one of the Pals!!
Every Valley
We are walking by faith and not by sight as we continue our church building project.Now we are laying dirt and rocks to level the road. A road
roller will level it.We need lots of water to settle the dirt and the Lord sent us a rain storm and some rain last night to help us on our way.Thank you Jesus.
I am claiming the Promise from Isaiah 40;4,5.Singing along with Handel 's Messiah.Listen to Jon Humphrey sing it.
Of course Isaiah. is talking about 'clearing way for the Lord ' v3.
But as the same time we can ask Him to remove the hills and level the valleys in our lives.
Isaiah. 40;4,5 (Old Testament)
Let every valley be lifted up
And every mountain and hill be made low
and let the rough ground become a plain
And the rugged terrain a broad valley;
Then the glory of the Lord will be revealed.
And all flesh shall see it together;
For the mouth of the Lord has spoken.




PS Thank you so much Felisol for introducing us to Amrita!

10 comments:

Terry said...

Welcome dear Amrita!!
We are expecting a few good posts from you when you have the time!
Love Terry

PS...Pals.... it is much easier to get to Amrita's blog if you open in a new tab instead of a new window. Otherwise it takes ages to get to her!!
Ha!!
I had to learn this through experience!
The same goes for my kindred spirit, Susan Walker Girl's blog.....two blogs full of so many good things!.

Felisol said...

Dear Amrita,
welcome to my best place on the internet.
A place to give and receive care, comfort and prayers.
A place where caring people lift each other up in front of the Lord's throne, and wher the weak is supported, never judged.
I've found so much of thelove of Christ here. Hope you'll find it too.
From Felisol

Julie (aka Little Missionary) said...

Welcome Amrita!

Julie (Little Missionary)

Terry said...

Dear Little Missionary Julie
This remind me of the glad day that you popped into our lives with a letter telling us that you are own little missionary!
I will never forget that day how happy you made all of us and all the excitement that you brought to our lives and all the prayer you asked for when you needed to and all the praying you have done when WE needed it, even though at times you were down yourself!!
You continue to be a blessing.....


And YOU my Felisol...oh my!! You came sailing in right from the far side of the sea!!!!
What a blessing YOU are!.....

I really do believe our Indian Princess will love this place just as we will, and already do love her....Love Terry

hebrews 11:1 said...

Welcome, Amrita!

Funny, I have read your comments all over and am well-aquainted with your name...but never have visited your blog! I'm sure you've probably seen my name, too. I look forward to reading your posts.

Love and Prayers,

Lil Pilgrim Pal

jel said...

Howdy Amrita!

Julie (aka Little Missionary) said...

Dear Terry,

Thanks for your wonderful, kind words! It's such a blessing to be part of the Pals network!

Julie (LM)

Amrita said...

All this brought tears to my eyes really. I don 't deserve all these kind words and introduction. To be in the company of saints like you is such an honor and privellege ...a blessing of God.

Thank you so much my dear friends.The Lord has sent people like you to be my glory and lifter of my head...in human form!

Pilot Mom said...

Welcome Amrita! I'm looking forward to visiting your blog!

May you find peace and comfort here. I surely do each time I pop in. Everyone is always ready to send up a prayer, if needed, or to lift up praises to the most High if that is what is needed. :)

I look forward to getting to know you.

Vicki said...

Welcome, Amrita. I've seen your sweet name around the blogosphere and look forward to knowing you better. You will love it here at Pilgrim Pals....very nice folks indeed.

Blessings & hugs,
Vicki