Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Word-Filled Wednesday: Churning Milk Into Butter


Photography by Rob Burton from Flickr public files
Graphics by Joy Of Desserts

This type of butter churner is still used by nomadic tribes in the Middle East and is similar to the ones which would have been used in Biblical days. They are made of animal skins.

Wishing all of you a happy and blessed Wednesday.
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18 comments:

  1. Oh how true! We must sow in love always! Walk in the spirit to leave behind His fruits that taste sweet all of the time!

    Have a blessed WFW!
    Jill

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  2. Lovely photo and great visual for this verse! Interesting butter churner. I have never seen it before. Thanks for sharing with us, Joy. You always manage to find something sweet and unique to share with us :) Take care and God bless you always!

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  3. Each takes an action to produce....great Scripture and picture. Love it. Happy WFW!

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  4. what a cool pic and a perfect verse for it!

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  5. It takes a lot to churn butter... makes me think about how much it takes to churn anger into strife. There is an issue I need to deal with. Thank you for this verse.

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  6. I love this. It's such an important thing to remember. I think wives sometimes tend to forget. I know I do. It's my daily struggle not to let the little things get me.

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  7. What a great photo you found to go with this verse. Great reminder to be churning good and not churning up evil...

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  8. I'm just glad I don't have to churn butter that way...hmm..I do have two active doxies, I wonder if they would work??

    You have an amazing gift with words and recipes and an amazing gift of bringing out God's word from the daily items in our lives to remind us how much He yearns for that absolute perfect and personal relationship with us!

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  9. Joy, you always come up with some beautiful WFW's!

    Bless you sister,
    Sunny

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  10. I'm still trying to figure out HOW they churn butter in that thing! thank you for sharing!

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  11. Joy I love your comments, so nice and the pictures are really nice!! How are you dear??Huggs!!! xGloria

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  12. Fabulous photo to match up with this verse.

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  13. Oh, la la, magnifique, superbe le livre sur la peinture et les alimments, "los bodegones". C'est bien jolie. Un monde merveilleux, à bientôt

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  14. amazing! i love learning about other cultures and their everyday activities...

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