Sunday Thoughts – 5/9

Happy Mother’s Day to the mothers in the audience. Some of us are without our mothers, some mothers are without their sons, but may God richly bless  and comfort each of you.

Life is getting busy – but, at least we are blessed with life. My blogging is sporadic, uneven, late, early, not all there. The investigation proper is about to start into the disaster at Upper Big Branch, so my blogging may be even worse. Sorry about that. I do appreciate the contributors chipping in, and of course, if you feel like you want to, contact me.

Sunday Readings:

Jim West admits to being a Tea Partier. Joel (no relation) talks about the Superiority of the Judeo-Christian Worldview. Peter Enns writes a post on the Incarnational Model of Scripture. Glenn writes on a Paradox or two. (Or perhaps, a pair of doxes?) William, a frequent commentator here and all around good blogger, has a post up on slavery. Randy Olds is reading through Bishop Wright’s newest book. Erik introduces himself to the former KJVO community. Very surprising. Dr. Mariottini has a post which you should read today, especially considering today. Fr. Stephen has a post for mother’s as well – although I must protest the failure to mention West Virginia as the state which started this holiday tradition (in the wake of another mine disaster).

I’ve been trying to read the Psalms, and this one was a suggested reading today:

Psalm 67

May God be merciful and bless us. May his face smile with favor on us. Interlude
May your ways be known throughout the earth, your saving power among people everywhere.
May the nations praise you, O God. Yes, may all the nations praise you.
Let the whole world sing for joy, because you govern the nations with justice and guide the people of the whole world. Interlude
May the nations praise you, O God. Yes, may all the nations praise you.
Then the earth will yield its harvests, and God, our God, will richly bless us.
Yes, God will bless us, and people all over the world will fear him.

And of course, another one from the Sons of Korah:

Have a great day, my friends.

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5 Replies to “Sunday Thoughts – 5/9”

  1. So do I, Glenn, now that is. The cds are a bit expensive (but then again, I download my music a song at a time). I do have a cd on the way, though.

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