Please excuse this Lectionary Freak... Just be glad that since this is all typed, I cannot make you all sing O Come, O Come, Emmanuel every Sunday from now until Epiphany. I use the verses as part of our liturgy every year because it is my favorite and friends, because I can.
Enough - shall we sleigh around the ring?
Bride without spot gives us an honest and open view into her soul. She ends by asking, "Why do we fight the Lord's work in our lives when we know it will bring us into perfect peace?"
Chaplain Mom gives us a blog-eye-view into some of the Thanksgiving trappings where she lives. Sounds like she and I have some things in common where in-laws are concerned.
Gord has got some news!!!
Kathryn at Good in Parts posts on ecumencial unity. It's got a ring to it, doesn't it?
Have we officially welcomed Luctor Et Emergo yet? It means: "I struggle and I emerge."
Susan Rose challenges us with a blog quiz about her life.
Joe at Pondering Perfection has a couple of posts about bettering ourselves professionaly, spiritually and personally.
Lorna at see-through-faith has been reading, translating, teaching and studying herself silly - come read what one of her students shared.
Sister Christer also quizzes us about her AND is going to the beach to knit. Unfair! I mean, have fun!
Telling Truth posts about Right Guard and in an older posts mentions the Jars of Clay cd that you CANNOT stop listening too. Old hymns with a twist - this ain't your mother's worship cd.
Finally, I apologize if she has already been introduced but please go check in on Diary of a 20-something Youth Pastor's Wife. I have ALWAYS considered this the hardest job around.
Peace my friends and HAPPY THANKSGIVING!