Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Be a Conduit

On Sunday,
our pastor gave us this quote:
"God wants to bless us so we can bless others;
... to be conduits, not containers..."

I started thinking about conduits.
Merriam-Webster says:
:a natural or artificial channel through which something is conveyed:

Conduits around my house become metaphors




So many of you are conduits of

~ You bless me ~


tonya fedders said...

As always, your post is beautiful! Thank you.

Frank said...

Great post Maria. You are so good at applying the message!

Wanda said...

I enjoy coming here to a place that is a conduit of peaceful...calm...energy!

Dianne said...

Oh, Maria, if the whole world could read, know, and really understand this post--just think of the transformation.

You have a gift of transforming the WORLD around you by letting "your jar of clay" pour out eternal blessings from God--I am much the richer for having come to know you, Maria.


P.S. Hope you don't mind if I do a "spin-off" of this post.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

You always make me think...and smile.

There is a giveaway on my blog today...check it out!


Barb said...

Hi Maria,

YOU are a conduit of warmth and compassion, Maria - of a calmness and faith that passes on to all of us who visit here.

Dianne said...

hey, Maria, when you get a chance and if you feel comfortable doing so, would you please contact me by email at


just had a little response to your comment that I didn't want to share publicly. thanks

Vicki said...

My dear Maria, you are certainly a conduit of love, beauty and blessings for me. Thank you for sharing this beautiful post. Hope you are having a lovely week! Sending much love your way! Vicki

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Beautiful post indeed!

Lazy Bird

deborahspalette said...

God is about Loving and Sharing, HE shared his son, Jesus. As stewards of the word, we are called to fill our jars with his love and share it with everyone!
For truely what good can come of a full jar if we don't give it to others who may need it. Thank you for sharing and filling my jar with inspiration. Deborah God bless!

Rebecca said...

This is such a creative post! And I so affirm the truth of your pastor's words. (Of course they come out of II Corinthians 9:8 & 11).

The circumstances of my personal life prove that it IS more blessed to give than to receive, that the circle of giving just keeps "rolling" as I do my part. It seems that I no more than give but that I'm already receiving - AGAIN!