“Give thanks to the Lord, for His love endures forever.”
A Devotional Essay by D F Raborn
I was recently at a knitting convention in Atlanta called “Stitches South” where I heard a whole lot of Southern and a whole bunch of yarns. During the Friday Night pajama party the mantra “ya git what ya git and ya don’t pitch a fit” was repeated often during the many prize giveaways.
Actually it sounds like a great reminder for the trials we experience at certain times of our life, menopause included! However, I think as we walk with Him, Jesus would like us to be more than just stoic on this journey.
Opening prayer: I have been blessed with the privilege to present these words to you: I pray that these words will bless each & every one of you – to the Glory of God. Amen.
HE IS RISEN! Today is officially designated “Easter 2” but for me following last week’s sermon I feel like is it “Anti-Climax” Sunday. I mean you have all that build-up to the most important day of our Christian year and then …..bang! How do I follow that? Well, ……………….
St Stephen’s Anglican Church – Regular BAS Sunday Service at 11:00 am
Palm Sunday – Ride On ! Ride On In Majesty
The choir of King’s College, Cambridge sing the Easter hymn, Ride On ! Ride On In Majesty. The choir are joined by the congregation. The trebles sing a verse on their own as do the gentlemen before the trebles soar to a lovely descant during the final verse.