The topic of writing surfaced three times today. Only one was planned. It was first…and rich. Made the following two neon flashes.
The planned conversation introduced me to this book:
Added to my “to read” list.
A few ponderings about “writing as a spiritual practice”-its purpose and potential:
- What if writing gives our spirit voice?
- What if writing connects our spirits?
- What if writing opens our spirits to commune with God?
- What if writing nurtures our spirit’s healing and wholeness?
- What if our spirits need to write?
Thank you for leading us in the Lord’s Supper last night. One of the most precious times I’ve ever experienced it. I think there is something wrong in our hearts if we don’t get emotional every time we take it.
This text came to me this morning from a choir member in reference to our time together before last night’s Good Friday service.
Yesterday was a day of solitude and remembrance at my house. Mostly reading, listening to Easter songs, and resting. The day prepared me for the night.
One of the songs on my Easter playlist is “O The Blood,” by Kari Jobe. It’s what we listened to in remembrance last night. You can follow this link to remember and to prepare your heart for tomorrow.
O The Blood [feat. Kari Jobe] by Gateway Worship on Amazon Music