Thank you to Anne at http://freedomborn.wordpress.com for nominating me for the Candle Lighter Award.
This award was created by Believe Anyway who says it is for bloggers who light a candle in the darkness with their blogs.
You can read more about the award at
Believe anyway writes: “What does the recipient have to do to accept it? Just accept it and put the Candle Lighter Award badge from my blog onto their blog. Please put the link from this post about my creation of the award in a post on your blog so people can read about it. What else do recipients have to do? Nothing. If they think someone else is a Candle Lighter, they can give them the award anytime they want and as often as they want. There is no limit to how many blogs you award The Candle Lighter Award to and no limit to how many times someone can receive it.”
If you are looking for good blogs to read, Believe anyway has a list of recipients on her blog. She would like to be sent the links for anyone to whom you pass the award, so they can be added to the list.
I would like to pass this award to some who bring the light of God’s Word through their blogs, encouraging, challenging and blessing those who read them.
I am always greatly encouraged and often challenged by Debbie at Deb’s Blog http://iftodaywehear.wordpress.com/
Her “simple poems” hold a depth of truth
and never fail to be used by God to bring light. Thank you Deb.
Another who brings light and encouragement is Paulette
with an aptly named blog “A place of worship”
A visit to Paulette will always bring light and encouragement
as well as presenting a challenge.
Paulette already has this award,
but there is no limit to the number of times it can be received,
so thank you Paulette.
Jelillie at Reinventing the We’ll is another whose blogs always bring light
and are a “must read”.
Rob Barkman at Settled in Heaven
has written many extensive blogs on various subjects.
They are not ‘quick-read’ blogs but cover the subject and give a lot of light to anyone who wants a good understanding with plenty of Scripture references.