Sunday Thoughts, 3/15

The start of another week I hope all is well with each of you, both old and new friends.

Changes are coming, I hope, to this blog. I am still working out the details, so we will see.

This used to be a standard at our congregation.

The Ottawa Christian Men’s Chorus sings a Civil War era hymn, “Hold The Fort” This was performed during the Church Service in conjunction with the 150th Anniversary of the first Lincoln-Douglas Debate held in Ottawa Illinois in 1858.

It is a pretty old hymn, dating from the middle of the 19th century. Moving to West Virginia we had to learn to adapt to a different culture and traditions. Recently, we encountered this song. I actually like the song, and while singing it, I picture a cross between John Wayne and Gandolf the Gray in The Two Towers. You know, where he and the horsemen crest the hill to rescue the city below from total destruction.

Has the Calvary rescued you yet?

The good Dr. Gayle has returned to blogging – and I for one am glad. I believe you should check out his return posts.

I have had a busy week, which prevented me from doing some of the posts that I wanted to. I have had, however, some of the best conversations on here, and watched a few more develop.

I hope to have more time this week to wrote a few more posts of substance, but as many of you know, there are times when the real world takes your time.

I was going through my search terms this week, and this one caught my attention:

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Is it gossip that they are looking for or help? If it is help, then friends, we will pray that whatever abusive situation that they have in their congregation, will end, the people will be punished, and that most of all, a healing will take place.

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I hope that each of you will be able to join brothers and sisters in worship of our God. My friends, may you have a blessed day.

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