Quote Quorum

I’ve been challenged by Smiling Notes to post a quote every day for 3 days.

Thanks, Smiling!   🙂

“Rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say rejoice.”  This quote is from the Holy Bible, the book of Philippians, chapter 4, verse 4.

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The Rules of this Challenge are:

– Post 1 quote a day for 3 days (can be your own or from other sources)

– Nominate 3 bloggers to participate per post & thank the person who nominated you

My Nominations are:

1. Josh Mosey

2. Snapshots in Cursive

3. Daily Echo– Sue Vincent

Sue’s answer:

Quoted words…

Melinda included me in the three quote challenge, to post a quote every day for three days. As I am not around for a few days, I will not pass this one on to other bloggers this time, but hope a few of you will choose to take part. Thank you, Melinda, for thinking of me!

Have fun!

Here is Gail’s post thanking me.



20 thoughts on “Quote Quorum

  1. One of my favourite quotes! Possibly written while Paul was in jail. In any case, he writes with such JOY and optimism: JOY that transcends our circumstances, JOY unspeakable and full of glory! The JOY of the LORD is our strength.

    This is the day that the LORD has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it! 🙂

    ❤ carmen

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