Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Child--Praying the Names of Jesus!

Hello Friends~

Happy Tuesday!  I hope that each of you enjoyed some quiet time listening for His quiet voice during your prayer time over the weekend...and each day of the week, too!  I am feeling some-what better, and I thank you for praying for me.

I promised that I would share about one of Jesus' many names today.  I found most of the information from the amazing book by Ann Spangler.  The title of the book is Praying the Names of Jesus.  The Hebrew name is "Yeled", which means "child" or if my Hebrew school lessons serve me right it means "boy."  I would like to share two of Ms. Spangler's paragraphs with you.

"A child was always as the heart of the Biblical Covenant.  Already in the garden of Eden, God promised that Eve's offspring would crush the head of the serpent, who beguiled her.  Later God made a covenant with Abraham, promising that Sarah would bear him a child who would be the first of countless descendants.  Then Isaiah spoke of a child who would be born of a virgin and be given the name "Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace."  The New Testament tells of fulfillment of that promise, and Jesus presents children as the model for His followers to emulate.  The only way to enter the Kingdom is with the humility and trust of little children.

Though the Israelites considered children a great blessing, they occupied the bottom rung of the social ladder.  Entrusted with the solemn responsibility of teaching and disciplining them, parents were accorded nearly absolute authority over their children.  To be a child was to be powerless, dependent, subservient.  Yet even little children and young infants could receive wisdom from God and their lips could praise Him.  The prophet Isaiah spoke of a child, or Yeled, who would one day be born of a virgin and sit on David's throne.  Luke's Gospel tells us that Mary, while she was yet betrothed, was expecting a child, and that she gave birth to Him in Bethlehem."


In a loud voice she [Elizabeth] exclaimed: "Blesssed are you among women, and blessed is the child you will bear!"   (Luke 1:42)

I was really moved by both of these paragraphs.  The first paragraph really reminded me of the way that children held such a special place in God's heart...and still do.  They were in some of the most important aspects of the Bible...certainly Jesus' birth is the most important.  Agree? 

For to us a child is born, to us a son is given.  (Isaiah 9:6)

Have you ever watched those older movies of the Bible stories?  Like the one where Charlton Heston played Moses?  They often show the plight of the slaves and of women carrying huge, heavy urns full of water.  Not a fun life, I would imagine.  But, besides the named children of the Bible stories...did you ever think about the life of the every day child?  Did they weed gardens?  Go to school?  Do laundry?  Did they get to play?  Have friends?  What comes to mind when you think of the child Jesus?  Why do you think that God would allow His Son to be born in a place as dirty, smelly and public as a manger?  Any ideas?  How about sharing in the comment section...the drawing for our He IS Able Card Set Give-Away is Thursday, and there are no comments left yet.

Jesus puts it to His disciples like this:  "Unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the Kingdom of Heaven.  Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven."  (Matthew 18:3-4)

Please read this exciting section of Praying the Names of Jesus:

"Like everything else He demanded of His disciples, Jesus lived the pattern before He asked it of them.  But what does it mean to become like little children?

Most children don't have much money.  They don't have a lot of power.  They often lack wisdom.  And, they aren't afraid to ask for help.  Hasn't Jesus already made it plain?  If you want to be big in God's Kingdom, become small in the world.  If you want to save your life, be willing to lose it.

Keep this in mind if you would:  "Even as a child, Jesus created turbulence in the world.  His mere existence demanded a response.  Either love Him or hate Him, accept his message or try to squash it.  Why then should we be surprised when we encounter opposition because of our faith?  It we bear the image of Christ within us, we will certainly cause offense to some.  but many others will welcome the Jesus they see in us.


 Please join me this week as I pray that Christ Jesus will shine more brightly in our hearts-- and in every heart that belongs to Him because God wants to reveal His Son to a world that is dying to know Him.  If you have any prayer requests or needs...simply leave them in the comment section and Joan and I will pray over them.  Or, if you need confidentiality you could email me, and I will send it to Joan to pray over also.  tracistarkweather@gmail.com

I hope to see you on Thursday.  Please let your friends know...it's the only way we advertise except when one of you put the He IS Able badge on your blog by copying and pasting it there.  We want to encourage as many as we can reach, and we certainly want to share the love and mercy of Jesus Christ with people around the world.  God Bless!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Friday, February 24, 2012

Sit in Silence and a He IS Able Blog Card Set Give Away Winner!

Hi Friends~

I hope everyone is having a wonderful week, and is looking forward to a God-filled, enjoyable weekend.  I hope you take the time to get quiet and spend time just between yourself and the Almighty One.


I have a beautiful writing to share from Quiet Moments in the Presence of God.  This book is published by Bethany House.  It is called:

Sit in Silence

"For God alone my soul waits in silence, from Him comes my Salvation.  He alone is my Rock and my Salvation, my Fortress; I shall never be shaken."
(Psalm 62:1-2)

"Silence is golden when you desire God's presence.  It closes down the racket made by urgent schedule and full agendas.  With those noises dismissed, you have a clear channel.  Silence enables you to hear with your heart as God speaks from His.

Sitting in silence in a quiet place gives God a chance to bless you.  In the only one of Phillips Brook's hymns to survive the test of time, "O Little Town of Bethlehem," a line in the third stanza reads, "How silently, how silently, the wondrous gift is given!"  As you wait and watch in silence, God touches you with the blessing of His presence.

Silence beckons you into intimacy with God.  God's best gift, the gift of Himself, is often given in silence."

"When the lamb broke open the seventh seal, there was silence in Heaven for about half an hour.  Then I saw the seven angels who stand before God, and they were given seven trumpets."  (Revelations 8:1-2)

May you, in your silence, hear the wisdom of our blessed Lord.

And, now let's find out who is to receive the He IS Able Blog Card Set Give-Away!  The number of cards and envelopes to be given away, was decided by random drawing.  The number of cards is 2 (two).   And, the person who left the only comment--besides those of us who work on the blog, and are not eligible--is not going to believe she was chosen again!  Here is her comment:

"Well... I am a bit behind in my blog reading! I am quite taken by the first part of the devotional which says that "so many people are confused about what love is. We love pizza...." and so on. I use the word "love" so casually, just like is stated - "I love pizza, rubber stamping, singing, etc.". My goal is to replace the word "LOVE" with enjoy where it is more appropriate, and save "LOVE" for God and the people in my life."

Congratulations to Seamom!  If you would like to receive your 2 cards and envelopes...and I hope you will.  Simply email me at tracistarkweather@gmail.com  by Thursday at midnight--this will let me know that you would like the cards.  Sadly, if I don't receive your mailing address in this email, I will not be able to send the cards/envelopes...and they will go back into the He IS Able card stash.  It is our hope that these cards will be used to share the love of Jesus Christ with family, friends, or even people you don't know!

Now, if you would like to be a possible recipient next week, simply leave any comment by Tuesday, the 28th at midnight.  I hope you will be here on Tuesday.  I have some very interesting information on one of the rare names associated with Jesus.  God bless!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Big Announcements!

Hi Friends~

There is so much going on!  I am so glad to hear from so many of you in the comment section--thank you so much!  I want to tell all of you, and many of you already know...but some may not...that I am disabled and have fibromyalgia among other things.  I am in pain, on strong medication, and exhausted all of the time.  I don't tell you this for pity.  I just want you to realize why I have missed so many posts of late, and why I haven't been in the art room very much.  Some times it hurts to just type.

 So, I have come to a new decision, and I pray that you will continue being our dear guests.  I will only be posting on Tuesdays and Thursdays, unless I can, and feel the Holy Spirit moving me to do so.  Now, don't worry.  We will still have the He IS Able Card Set Give-Away each week.

 Please leave a comment by midnight on Tuesday evenings (later hour), I will take all of those comments and randomly choose one.  The writer of that comment will have their name announced...and if you leave your blog name and URL in your comment, I will include that in the announcement on Thursday!  The recipient will have until Tuesday, Midnight to email me with your Name and mailing address!  If you don't...the cards will go back in the He IS Able card stash.

Your prayer requests, left in the comment section, will still be prayed over.  I feel it is our responsibility...to carry each other's burdens.  I pray that this blog will continue to be a place to come and learn more about Jesus and our relationship with Him, to encourage each other, to share art,  to share how you stay close to Him, and to make friends, and share the Gospel with others!  That includes anything you would like to share on the blog also.  Share with us--that's what makes things interesting.  This is a way I serve the Lord...you can too!

I missed posting last Wednesday...so no one was chosen to receive the
He IS Able Card Set Give-Away.  So, on Thursday,  I will choose 2 winners to receive 1-5 cards and envelopes.  The number of cards will be chosen randomly...just like the recipient. 

If for some reason, you will not be visiting this blog because we are switching to Tuesdays and Thursdays or any other reason, please consider subscribing by email on the top of the right hand blog side.  You will receive this blog on the day it is posted. That day's post will come in an email form. It is super easy to unsubscribe any day...you click on the word that reads "unsubscribe."    If you want to get to the actual blog post, just click on the title that will be on the email.  I think this is a great idea for everyone to do.  That way if you confuse your days, you will find the post in your email.  You don't have to do any searching and waiting for the blog to open.  It's like receiving the newspaper at your front door, open to your favorite page.

I will leave you today with a few Scriptures about loving each other.  Have a blessed week...stay close to Him--He loves you so much!

"Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.  No one has  seen God at any time.  If we love one another God abides in us, and His love has been perfected in us."  (1 John 4:11-12)

"And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.  This is the first commandment."

"And the second, like it, is this:  'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.'  There is no other commandment greater than these."  (Mark 12:30-31)


"By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another."  (John 13:35)

I hope to see you all here on Thursday!  God bless!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day--The Way Our Father Sees It

Hi Friends~

Happy Valentine's Day!  This isn't in the traditional sense, this is a Valentine to us from our Lord.  This column was reproduced with permission of the people of "Today's Word with Joel and Victoria Osteen."  It is full of wisdom.

I still suffer from this terrible migraine, and I can barely see the screen.  But, I hope you will look at your relationships with other people, and see if you and they describe love as it is described below.  More importantly, do you live it that way?  Where can you best improve on how you love?  And, how you are loved.  Take the description, line by line and see if that is how you show your love and the love of Christ to others.

I thank you for your prayers as of late. And, I know Joan is starting to mend also.  Please let us know if you have a prayer request.  We are honored to pray for you.  Aren't we each supposed to carry each other's burdens? Yes, we are! This is one of the ways that I like to do this.  You may want to think about it.

Also, I have been replying to each comment...in the comment section.  So, if you have left a comment, please be sure to look back in that section and see how I have replied.

It seems that Google is cancelling the Followers portion of the blogs.  If you enjoy this blog, you may want to sign up as soon as possible.  I will make a manual list of the emails that are listed on your Blogger's Profile, and keep you up to date anonymously when we post. 

What would be even better would be for you to put your email in the subscription box on the top area of the right side of the blog.  If you do this, it will send you an email copy of each post.  You will usually want to click on the blog name on the subscription so that you can enter the He IS Able blog's Weekly Card Set Give-Away!  You will be randomly chosen from the comments, and then the number of cards 1-5 will be randomly chosen each week also!  You can also leave prayer requests, pray for others, or leave your thoughts on the post...or on anything on your mind. 

I am going to be in the process of making many cards with Scriptures on the cover for our future give-aways.  I would love it if you would let me know your favorite Scripture...from anywhere in the Bible...and I will make a few cards with it on it.  That way you have a good chance of receiving the card with your favorite Verse on it when your name is drawn and announced on Wednesdays!  Just leave a comment, question, prayer request in the comment section before Tuesday 8pm to be eligible.  *I can currently only mail cards to Continental US addresses.  We LOVE the rest of our guests, but I can not afford the postage on my own.  We are glad EVERYONE is here! If you are interested in making cards with a Biblical theme, Verse, images you decide...please put them in a plastic bag, include an envelope for each card and mail them to:

Traci Starkweather
116 Colyer Drive
Longwood, FL 32779

And, now the column by Victoria and Joel Osteen:

The Greatest Love of All
“And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love”
(1 Corinthians 13:13, NKJV)
TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
In our culture today, so many people are confused about what love is. We love pizza, movies and sports, but we also love our family or spouse. If we look to the Word of God, we see God’s definition of love. First Corinthians 13 tells us that “love is patient and kind. It does not envy, nor boast. It is not proud. It is not rude. It does not seek its own way, is not easily angered, and keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not rejoice in evil, but rejoices in the truth. Love believes, hopes and endures. Love never fails.” This is how God responds to us, and this is how we should respond to the people in our lives — with patience, kindness, hope, humility and love. Scripture tells us that God is love, and His character never changes!
Today and every day, know that God loves you with an everlasting love. He will never leave you nor forsake you. He is for you and has a good plan for you. Receive His perfect love today and let Him transform you from the inside out. His love is the greatest love and will last throughout all eternity!
Father, thank You for loving me. Thank You for doing a work in my life. Help me to be more like You. Help me to see others the way You see them and respond in love because You are love. I bless You and honor You today in Jesus’ name. Amen.
— Joel & Victoria Osteen

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Winner Announced! Info on a Blog Hop! And a Card by Traci!

Hi Friends~

I have some exciting news to share right away.  You may have heard about it.  There will be a blog hop along with Stampin Sisters In Christ starting February 9th  through the 13th, there will be great projects and many prizes along the way.  You may copy the design below and share it on your blog.



I want to share a card I sent out early this week.  It is a sympathy card.  I like how it came out, until I started distressing it.  Here's a guideline:  ALWAYS add the distress ink to the edges of the paper...BEFORE attaching it to the card!  LOL! I'll get back to this in a moment or two.  LOL!

This is the cover of the card.  A friend sent me the Spellbinder's cut piece of vanilla paper.  I just LOVE this Spellbinder's shape.  I just wish I knew which one it is. I'd love to buy it.  I have looked at so many websites and can't find it anywhere! If you know the name of it, please let me know.  Then I attached a piece of my favorite lace ribbon to the vanilla piece.  The ribbon has some beautiful sparkle to it...in a gentle way--not too heavy.  I wish I had the spool it came on, so that I could get more.  Sorry.

The Scripture is stamped in SEI ink.  It is called rose petal.  I love their 1" stamp pads, and the colors are exquisite!  The Scripture is a stamp from the Our Daily Bread Designs (ODBD) set called Scripture Collection 3.  There are seven assorted Scriptures in this one set!  I used one of my favorite Scriptures on the card.  

"Be Strong and Courageous.
Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged.
For the Lord your God
will be with you wherever you go."
(Joshua 1:9)

I added two Champagne Rose colored Prima flowers to the front.  And then dabbed the center of the roses with the SEI ink.  Usually, roses are darker in the center.  It was at this point that I decided that the beautiful pink dp paper should be distressed around the edges with the SEI ink.  To bring the darker color out a bit.  THIS WAS A MISTAKE I WON'T MAKE AGAIN!  LOL!  It is very difficult to use a pad of ink and mark up the inside edge while they are attached to the base!  Maybe it is a skill I have yet to acquire?  I don't think so.  I think I will just think things out a bit more before gluing them down...and do my distressing in this style before hand.  I ended up with ink on the ivory paper.  But, it was the best I could do, and I wanted to get this  card out right away.

This is the inside of the card.  The image of the praying hands, and the Scripture are stamps from the Our Daily Bread Designs.  This set is called "Lift Up Our Hands."  It has the praying hands and four Scriptures.

"Let us lift up our hearts
and our hands
to God
in Heaven..."
(Lam. 3:41)

I chose this Scripture for the inside.  I added another Prima rose and a row of medium sized pearls by Hero Arts across the top.  They were a great price.  I used the left inside panel to write my personal thoughts.  I think I like this card.


And, now we should announce the
Winner of the He IS Able Blog Card Set of the Week!

Congratulations go to...  Chrissy D. 

Here is her comment:
Praying a special blessing for you and your family!
By Chrissy D on on 2/2/12

Chrissy, you have won a set of 3 Cards/Envelopes! 

Please email me at tracistarkweather@gmail.com to let me know that you saw this announcement and you would like to receive the cards.  Please include a snail mail address, so I can mail them out to you. Our Mission Statement is: "Sharing His Word, His Love, His Gift of Salvation through Cards."  It is our hope that you will use these cards to do just that!  Share them with someone you know who needs to know about the love of Christ Jesus, or even leave one with a stranger! Help share in the Great Commission!  Spread the Word of Jesus Christ and the Gospel.  And, Chrissy, thank you for your prayers.

  Prayers are always welcome.  As a matter of fact, Joan and I pray for any prayer request left in the comment section.  As a matter of fact, we are looking for others to join us in praying for others.  If any of you are interested...all it takes is a commitment to pray for a certain amount of minutes a day or a week.  Any amount.  You tell us how much time you can spend praying for others, and Joan, our Prayer Team Leader will find the need that will fit your amount of time available.  Please leave a message in the comment section, or email me at my email address above, and we will be in touch with you.  Thank you.

Just so everyone knows, Chrissy is a very creative woman.  She has a blog called "Creating with Chrissy."  She makes such wonderful cards, you should see the different ways she makes her cards...she knows how to make cards with such amazing folds, and uses the best stamps.  You really should stop by and visit.  You will be blessed, I am sure!

Thank you to each of you for visiting.  I am hopeful that you will share your opinion about how I could make the 2nd card that I shared on Tuesday look better.  I hope that you will share your thoughts with me in the comment section.  God Bless!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

"Cards by Traci"- Christmas 2011

Hi Friends~

I'm sorry I didn't post yesterday.  I went shopping for one of my Grandson's upcoming birthday party on the way home from the doctors and lifted a box that was much heavier than it looked.  Those of you who have been here for a while know that I have a disability that stems from my back and impacts other areas, too.  Well, I lifted this box, and let me just say...I am ready to sleep because I am taking every medication that I am allowed to take.  My back is hurting very much.  I told you I would share some cards...so share I shall...

This is one of the Christmas cards I sent out.  Yes, Christmas!  I saved the photos, but thought I never even took any!  LOL  The base of this simple card is SU! olive cardstock.  I then used my pad of My Mind's Eye "Lost and Found Christmas" papers. Gorgeous papers with a Distressed look to most of them.  I used a template to cut the design paper in a wide scallop edge and attached it with a glue tape gun.  I used Hero Arts Gold Embossing Powder for the sentiment...and if you want shiny writing-- theirs is the best, in my opinion!  I have several different gold powders from different companies, but they have a more matte look to them.  I don't know what company made the beautifully ornate "Merry Christmas" stamp.  The bow matches the sheen of the words.  The ribbon is from Better Homes and Gardens Floral and Nature Crafts.  It ties so easily, it laid rather flat.  So on some of them, I attached a gold star "crystal" in the center of the bow.  I'm sorry about the lighting.  I can see here that the greens don't match well.  They did in real life.  These were so easy to make...and that was a good thing.  Because I didn't really start popping them out until about the 2nd week in December!  LOL

I made this card in two different base colors, SU! ivory and SU! white.  I used a fabulous "Dream Weaver" metal die cut.  I didn't use it that way, I used it as a template to color in.  First however, I embossed some by hand--on a light table with a stylus.  It took forever!  I don't know what happened.  It was as if I forgot that I have a Cuttle Bug that embossed...or that I have Embossing Powders that emboss.  Or, if I only wanted to color them with markers...I didn't even need it embossed!  Have you ever had a few days like that?  LOL  I ended up using the "Dream Weaver" piece as a template.  I used SU! olive and always artichoke markers on the leaves.  I used Stickles Red for the berries, and Stickles Gold on some of the leaves to add a bit of highlighting to it.  After this point, I outlined with a very thin black pen, every detail on the card.  The Holiday Greetings is part of the die cut.  So, I just traced the letters. 

I will not suggest you ever try this way of making cards.  It completely ruined the markers I used.  The metal cut up every nib, and I can't use those markers again.  It was also so very time consuming, without the finished-polished look.  Granted, I made some mistakes.

 What would you have done if you bought that Die Cut, and wanted to use it as the focal point of a card?  I send A2 cards, and it fits that exactly.  I am asking for suggestions to try out for an A2 card.  I have most materials on hand.  I would LOVE to see what ideas you come up with.  I really appreciate your suggestions.  I have just passed my 2 year anniversary of making cards, and I don't see any improvement even though I have added so many items to my art room.

Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with me.  I am excited to hear from you.  The only way I will get better is to learn from others.  I watch techniques on blogs...but it is YOUR opinion I would love to read today! 

Don't forget to leave a comment before each Tuesday at 8pm to be eligible to win that week's He IS Able Blog's Card Set of the Week.  The recipient will be randomly chosen, and the number of cards/envelopes will be randomly chosen also.  You could win anywhere between 1-5 cards each week!  God Bless!  And, thank you SO much for being here.

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Saturday, February 4, 2012

World Cancer Day...

Hi Friends~

I wanted to remind everyone that tomorrow is an important day.  So that is the reason for this extra post.  Please visit this site The Fight Breast Cancer Site.  When you get there, click on the large pink rectangle.  When you do, the sponsors on the page will make a donation to help others get mammograms if they need the financial help.  It costs you nothing!  Now this link is for fighting Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness this day is to create awareness for all types of cancer.  You will also see some tabs at the top of the screen that read:  The Hunger Site, The Literacy Site, Veterans and several other important causes.  It will take you less than 30 seconds to click on each tab, and then click on the colorful rectangle on the page.  Take a moment and read how you are helping so many important organizations just by clicking.  I do this every day that I am on the computer...have for years.  It is a great thing to do.  And, it is a great way for your children (if allowed to use the computer), to do a random act of kindness every day!  They, or you, will be helping the less fortunate, the sick...
Please pass this message on today...
Saturday February 4, 2012 is World Cancer Day - I'd Appreciate it if you will forward this request .

A small request.. Just one line.

Dear God, I pray for a cure for cancer.  Amen.

All you are asked to do is keep this circulating, even if it's
Only to one more person. Or in memory of someone you
know who has been struck down by cancer or is still living with it...

A Candle Loses Nothing by Lighting Another Candle...

Please Keep This Candle Going!

Please let us know you visited the Fight the Breast Cancer Site or that you kept this candle going on your blog, email or another way in our comment section.  Feel free to list any prayer requests, especially for people impacted by cancer. We will be honored to pray for you!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Praise Him First Thing and A Winner of 4 Cards Announced!

Hi Friends~

I hope you are enjoying your week. As I stated in the last post, I am still feeling rather disconnected from God.  I don't know why.  I just feel alone, although I know that is not true.  "He will not leave nor forsake us."  I still have not made it into my art room, so I do not have any cards to share yet.  Hopefully, I will on Monday...which by the way, will be my next post.

The Winner of this week's He IS Able Blog's Card Set of the Week is...

Shelly Schmidt!!!!!

Shelly, please email me to let me know you do want these 4 cards!  Please reach me by Tuesday at 8pm...which is the deadline to leave a comment for next week's random drawing of the recipient and the number of cards/envelopes.  tracistarkweather@gmail.com

I would like to list some wonderful Scriptures below...I hope if they are not already some of your favorites, they will be after reading them.

"Be exalted, O Lord, in Your strength;
We will sing and praise Your power."
(Psalm 21:13)

"Let the light of your face shine upon us, O Lord.
You have filled my heart with greater joy
than when their grain and new wine abound.
I will lie down and sleep in peace,
for you alone, O Lord,
make me dwell in safety."
(Psalm 4:6-8)

"Let all those rejoice who put their trust in You;
Let them ever shout for joy, because You defend them;
Let those also who love Your name Be joyful in You.
For You, O Lord, will bless the righteousness
With favor You will surround him as with a shield."
(Psalm 5:11-12)

"O sing unto the Lord a new song:
sing unto the Lord, all the earth!"
(Psalm 96:1)

I hope you will join me...and before you get out of bed, before your feet touch the ground...Praise the Lord!  Sing a song, say a prayer, list 5 adjectives that describe His faithfulness...praise is a personal thing.  Do it as you believe He would like...from the heart!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather