Saturday, June 21, 2014

New Directions and the Psalms

I've been trying to discipline myself into writing a blog post every day, but some days I just get too distracted by life.  Today was one of those days, and, you know, this isn't a bad thing.  Sometimes life is more important than writing.  I talked my daughter into staying off of the computer for the evening, and she did, for me.  We had a fun time tonight.  So I did the same.

Got some really good ideas for future topics from Pastor Mitchell and his message at Grace Community Church earlier this evening, and am figuring out how that fits into the direction I want to go with this blog.  Stay tuned.  It's good stuff.  I'll add that Mitchell is having us read through the Psalms as a Summer series, and it reminded me of what my wife and I did leading up to our wedding day.  We read Psalm 100 ninety-nine days before our wedding, and read them each day counting down and timing it so that we read Psalm 1 on our wedding day, just after the wedding ceremony.  We actually recessed out of the church as husband and wife, and then we immediately went to a secluded room to read it and pray, and it was a special time for us.  It just affirmed our being united with one another and with God.  We told other engaged couples and they've done it, as well.  Life is good.  God is good.

The bed is good.  I'm going now.

Have a great evening, everyone!

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