Happy St. Patricks Day!

Have you ever heard the saying “May the luck of the Irish be with you?”  Well, this statement is incorrect. You see, Irish people don’t give luck, and even God doesn’t give luck. God gives us blessing, but he don’t give luck. If you win something, get picked first, get the biggest cookie etc. Don’t say I am so lucky! Say I am so blessed!

Instead of thinking of luck on St.Patrick’s Day, think about a shamrock (notice I did not say a lucky four leaf clover). A shamrock has three leaves but it is one whole shamrock! Just like God, it’s God the father, God the Son (Jesus), and God the Holy Spirit.

Do you know how the Irish came about? We have to go way back to the Tower Of Babel. The people were getting too full of themselves saying “we can build a tower so high it will reach God!” ” We don’t need God’s help we can do it by ourselves.”First of all nothing and no one can reach God he is in the 3rd heaven. The first heaven is the blue sky, the second is Outer Space, the third is the one and the only Heaven. Second notice they said “WE can build it” they got to prideful. So God confused their languages. So, we had people who probably spoke Hebrew speaking German, or Spanish, or Irish etc. Then they went to different lands and some of them sailed here on the Mayflower. Pretty cool right?

Did you know St. Patrick was a preacher?  Because his father was a deacon he told Maewyn (May-when) to go live with a farmer for a while to help him grow in godly values. An Irish pig farmer helped raised Maewyn Succat. That’s right! Later they named Maewyn, St. Patrick. Anyways, Maewyn prayed a lot while he fed the pigs, ate supper, while he was doing school work! (etc) But, the people of Ireland prayed to objects like a twig. The farmer told Maewyn to stop praying to God, but Maewyn would not stop praying so he ran away. He traveled to a port and sailed to England. There he grew up learning God’s word. But in a dream the people of Ireland wanted Maewyn to return and teach them about Jesus. So, Maewyn finished his schooling and became a preacher, receiving the name St. Patrick. And he returned to Ireland teaching them about Jesus, using the shamrock as an example of God. 3 but yet 1!

So just remember, don’t think about luck on St. Patrick’s Day think about God! 3 but yet 1!

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4 thoughts on “Happy St. Patricks Day!

  1. Loftspeaker1 March 17, 2017 / 5:02 pm

    It’s sad to see so much revelry going on on this day. Do we actually think about what God did through this man’s life? Or is just a day to drink and teach kids about leprechauns who find pots of gold at the end of rainbows?

    • cupcakegirl10 March 20, 2017 / 4:31 pm

      It is very sad indeed. This world needs our prayers continually. God bless.

  2. Rachel Vincent (Nancy Drew) March 26, 2017 / 12:49 pm

    I love this post, Cupcakegirl! I love the new blog design, too! Great job doing what you do!
    Rachel

    • cupcakegirl10 March 27, 2017 / 4:30 pm

      Thank you Rachel! Thanks for always being so supportive!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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