To Sow Or Not To Sow: 2013 Favorite Emmy Awards Gown

To Start..  To Sow.. or  To Stand Still 

The many questions of the  Emmy Awards

1.  How far in advance did each celebrity pick out their outfits?

2. How many people worked on sewing their outfits?

3. How long do they really have to stand still  on the red carpet?

Answer :   A really long time. 

The BOS word for the day:  To Sow

Sow: To scatter (seed) over the ground for growing. 2. To spread

“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”  Thessalonians 5:11

If other’s listened in on your conversations, would their lives be changed for the better or worse? Would they hear you speak about character flaws of others as if they were physical defects, or would the hear that you consider others beautiful in God’s eyes?  Often times the smallest of seeds can make the biggest differences. Sow a seed of faith for a healing. Sow hope for restoration.  A sincere compliment can sow confidence in someone who is starving for encouragement. Your forgiveness of an ongoing offense can sow a seed for a miracle breakthrough in that situation. Pray for someone else’s need or make a special offering to start someone positive in someone’s life today. God want ask you to sow anything he doesn’t give you the grace to give.

. All photos are via 

Kiernan Shipka ( Photo via
Kiernan Shipka ( Photo via
Michelle Dockery ( Photo via
Michelle Dockery ( Photo via
Kerry Washington at The Emmy's ( Photo Credit: Glamour)
Kerry Washington at The Emmy’s ( Photo Credit: Glamour)
Robin Write in Ralph Lauren ( Photo Credit:
Robin Write in Ralph Lauren ( Photo Credit:

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