Many of us are wondering what in the world is happening to our world. Let us wonder no longer and take a verse from Dionne Warwick’s song of 1966. Happy Saturday.
There are those who find it very difficult to believe that there is a God. I find it impossible not to believe. And there was the man in scripture who begged Jesus to “Help my unbelief!” (Mark 9:24) Happy Sunday.
This song from the 70’s by the Sandpipers says it all. “Come Saturday Morning” was posted in 2021 but it seems so fitting for this beautiful Saturday, whether morning or afternoon. Happy Saturday.
This is probably the shortest post ever, but I think we will all agree that what the world needs now is love. Happy Saturday.
When God said a joyful heart (or laughing heart) is good medicine, I believe he was literal in his meaning. The medical world has verified that laughter releases endorphins, God’s natural painkillers, which are fifty to one hundred times more powerful than morphine. Don’t you love that? The God of the universe has said all along that a joyful heart is good medicine. God has given us a prescription. All we have to do is fill the prescription.
This little gem was written by Marilyn Meberg in a book titled, God Always Has a Plan B.
See Proverbs 17:22. Happy Sunday.
Each of us has as song or songs that stand out for us and we sometimes find ourselves replacing some words for others.
Here is such a song. When listening to, or singing this one, I replace “darling” with Jesus, and “the people” with Jesus. It gives the song a whole new meaning. Try it. Happy Sunday.
May your day be one of peace and tranquility. May your mind be filled with song and your heart be filled with love and most of all may the good Lord bless and keep you.
A recent sermon spoke of the need to love our enemies. Well, not many of us have enemies but there may be those who don’t like us and for whom the feeling may be mutual. However, God did command us to love those who hate us, and because I find that difficult to do, he put this hymn in my head. Because he so freely loves us in spite of ourselves may we not do likewise for him? See Luke 6: 27-36 and Matthew 10:8. Happy Sunday.
We all see life differently whether from up close or from a distance but I think we all have the same hopes and dreams of peace, love, harmony, hope, health, happiness. Listen to how Bette Midler describes it. Happy Sunday.
Hidden promises are the best kind, don’t you think? Yes, because when they are revealed, we are surprised to see that, for the most part, they are the best kept promises in the world, as this hymn beautifully explains. It is so full of promises, promises, promises. Happy listening. Happy Sunday.