- Great study earlier tonight with a young couple interested in knowing God. Pray they may come to faith and salvation.
- Gravity is a wonderful thing. It keeps your feet on the ground. And the sag in your face.
- Electrical switch for the office to get replaced in the morning. It burned out when a light bulb exploded last Friday.
- Seems such things happen on the eve of a long holiday weekend. Murphy’s Law in force.
- Several friends in different states have been robbed recently. We feel for them and their material losses.
- A verse of mine: What doubt in God that food could be multiplied! Trampled at the gate, he saw and died. (2 Kgs 7.)
- A verse of Scripture: “Wait patiently for the Lord! Wait confidently for him! Do not fret over the apparent success of a sinner, a man who carries out wicked schemes!” Psalm 37.7.
1. I was blessed last Friday: I was directly under the light bulb in my office bathroom when it exploded and sent pieces of glass flying. Not a single one landed on me.
2. The bulb explosion apparently burned the electrical switch, so it will have to be replaced. After the holidays are over. Continue reading
- Ed Mathews’s devotional, “Plow New Ground,” reminded me today to consider God as Provider. “God will provide” Gen 22.8, Abraham said. And he did. Yahweh-Yireh.
- By now you’ve heard about the seismic shift, my bringing most everything from social media to here. Can you bear it?
- New series of messages in Urbanova these days: What Christ offers you.” Last week, the first, “Fullness.” Sunday: “Abundant Life.”
- Today was a quiet holiday at home for us. I worked at a slower pace.
- Yesterday, I wrote a long email to our children, about changes taking place in the city. Much growth here.
- A verse, a couplet, of mine:
Wisdom lacks to solve by force our ills;
Our inner pain, by thrills, or noise, or pills.
- Now an inspired verse from the Lord: “Let us carefully examine our ways, and let us return to the Lord” Lam 3.40.
#1. This little couplet has been hanging around for a few days, with nowhere to go. It decided to slip in here tonight, under the radar: Continue reading