To answer this question, I’ll go straight to the point.
Below are my favourite things to do on Sundays;
💠I go to Church and worship the source of my life and all that is in it – God.
💠I thank God for life and it’s blessings and to commit the rest of the week with it’s ups and downs into His unfailing hands.
💠I listen to God’s words to strengthen my faith, get inspired, motivated, make amends, refresh, recharge and get ready for the week.
💠I ask God for more blessings, I always do. I love his blessings.
💠I see my Christian community, those that I’m not opportune to see during the past week.
▪ Sundays are like Christmas
▪ I prepare special meal for my family
▪ We spend quality time together
▪ We go out in the evening either together or individually to visit family and friends or spend the rest of the day with our visitors.
▪ I love Sundays and the fact that I’m forced to rest.❤
Today I introduce Sunday Quotes in honour of the asker, starting from next week Sunday.
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Happy Sunday to all my readers. Have splendid and blessed days of the week.❤
Writing is easy: All you need to do is sit staring at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead. – – James Michener
The beautiful part of writing is that you don’t have to get it right the first time – unlike say, a brain Surgeon.
– Russel Lynes
I receive a lot of letters from people. They say, “I want to be a writer. What should I do?” I tell them to stop writing to me and get on with it.
– Ruth Rendell
Writers don’t have lifestyles. They sit in little rooms and write.
– Norman Mailer
A bad review may spoil your breakfast but you shouldn’t allow it spoil your lunch.
– Kingsley Amis
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