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Q is for Quilt

Q is indeed for Quilt

A quilt is a nice collection of fabrics put together to either make a blanket, and or used for blinds , Over a window. A Quilt is like a mosaic. A collection of different colors, types and backgrounds. Some pieces of cloth may be polyester, or cotton, or silk. They all can be made woven or patched. Some may be made in USA or China. Other fabrics may be different colors, all differences making one beautiful quilt at the end.

We are like a quilt! All of us whom are believers in the Lord Jesus. We are one big quilt. We all come from different backgrounds, we are all different colored, made all differently from God to praise God. We all make on beautiful quilt, that can supply warmth, and shade. The warmth we supply is the warmth of Gods Love and we shade from the wicked ways of evil.

But sometimes, those pieces of fabric, get holes in them. They start falling apart; coming lose at the seem. Letting cold air in and letting sun through.

Thats when we lose faith, or we question God. We start getting 'holey' (Pun not intended) We start falling apart. And Then it relies on the support of others to hold us up. To keep the stitch from falling. We are to support others, in our faith to help them in everything they do, to help them have a strong seem.

Gods sews us with love and care. He is with us always, making sure we supply the warmth and shade that we are called to at all times!



  1. That really is beautiful! I love how intricate and complicated a quilt is before I piece it together. I love the interconnections I can create, so many different patters to chose from. And in the end, it's all beautiful from so many random things. Thank you for sending me a smile, and reminding me about my own quilts, I've lost the time to complete. :P One day, I'll get back to it.

    Jamie Dement (LadyJai)

  2. I understand your point; nice analogy with the I want one. I'm not very good at sewing clothing like sweaters and such but I love quilts because they are so cozy.

    2013 A to Z Challenge Co-Host


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