by MW Cook
now playing: Song for Ireland – The Corrs
Talking all the day
With true friends who try to make you stay
Telling jokes and news
Singing songs to pass the night away
Watched the galway salmon run
Like silver dancing, darting in the sun
Living on your western shore
Saw summer sunsets, asked for more
I stood by your Atlantic Sea
And sang a song for Ireland
Sorry to all my faithful readers, it’s been a while since I’ve posted for sure.
I’ve been pretty busy at work this week, service work is a really interesting thing, especially when working with people who have absolutely no history with computers at all. Thank the Lord for PcAnywhere!
I’ve been reading through Matthew lately, and I just got to that famous passage in chapter 9 that goes “the harvest is plentiful but the workers are few…”. We’ve all read this passage before, but I’ve never paid any attention to the verse right before it. It reads:
When He saw the crowds, He had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.
That’s the state of man, harassed and helpless, without a shepherd. I just sat there and thought about that for a while…thought about the Sindh…
In other news, I purchased the Bourne Identity on the Net about a days ago, a few days later, a friend of mine lent it to me, don’t I feel like a goofball! BUT, the book is just wonderful! Nothing at all like the movie, much better! Cool beans!
I used to read novels all the time, then I went off to Bible College and kinda gave them up. I think that was a mistake, novels are a great form of recreation, better than TV for sure. Even though I mainly read them for pleasure, I still benefit from the reading, it helps me to think better, increase my vocabulary, better my own writing and exercise mind. Reading is good. Listen up kids! Read a book!
What a neat mix of songs I have hear, we started off with some nice, smooth celtic music, moved on to a song about a cat and a cradle, and now The Cross Movement is bustin’ a ryhme based on God’s declaration to Moses at the burning bush. Coolness (I used that word at work and the secretary almost busted a gut laughing).
That’s all for now kids, be good and have fun!