White floats down, swirls ’round, builds up, drifts in, piles higher, to cover, or to cleanse… “Wash me and I will be whiter than snow.” -Psalm 51:7 [Hand-milled goat-milk soap made from this basic “Homestead Soap”:] ***** Linked to
15 thoughts on “Clean White”
This was such a treat! I really enjoyed your presentation and wondered if it would be white chocolate or, possibly, cheese. Never did I think it would be soap. What a fun post and wonderful reminder. Glad you shared with us 🙂
Thanks, Heather, glad you enjoyed it. It took me a couple weeks to figure out how to put it together! So nice to have you visit and comment.
This is the most wonderful of picture posts. I LOVE it!
Aw, thank you friend Dawn. And God bless your day! (I’m in Hburg, heading home today.)
Very cool that you make your own soap and wonderful verse to go with the lovely photos!
Thanks, Elizabeth, for your visit and kind comment. Blessings to you!
Very neat… Loved this post!
Stopping by from S&S, Blessings
Thanks. Glad you stopped to visit and comment. Blessings to you!
Love this play between the soap and the snow. Perfect. (I used to make soap–what fun) And you have my bathroom sink. 🙂
Here from Scripture and Snapshot.
How ’bout that! I got spoiled making soap, didn’t like the commercial stuff any more. That’s why I still do it, once or twice a year, usually. And we have the same bathroom sink! Thanks for visiting and commenting. God bless!
PS to Elizabeth:
Your photo is beautiful and joyous and such an appropriate part of your tribute to your dear friend now gone on ahead. May God comfort you and give you special remembrances of joy. (Tried to leave this comment on your blog, but couldn’t)
Nice presentation of words and pictures, to present an important message of our need for God’s cleansing.
Thank you, Joe, for stopping by and commenting. God bless!
This was fun to see your soap making and how you used it with scripture!
Thanks, Katie, and thanks so much for hosting!
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