I know it's a whole different animal, but after exchanging audio messages rather extensively this morning with two friends, it has me thinking more about some type of #podcasting. Or maybe just doing something of the sort on Telegram, dunno. Gotta be simple.
Weary hands – Forthright Magazine http://forthright.net/2021/04/06/weary-hands/
> The eighty-year-old was tired. His hands were weary. Victory or defeat were in the balance. He needed help.
What's the best Mastodon app with multiple accounts for the MacOS system?
Anybody familiar with this one?
Daily Devotional http://www.colinsdevotional.com/dailydevotional.html
> All that he left when living was through; was a mountain of things he intended to do - tomorrow. (Unknown)
Setting God’s agenda – Forthright Magazine http://forthright.net/2021/04/03/setting-gods-agenda/
> One of the most persistent human endeavors is to attempt to compel God to do our will. An observation of worldwide religious activities reveals that many of those things we call “worship” are actually attempts to persuade or coerce “god” to perform actions which we desire to be done. These include the many fertility rituals, much sacrifice, and even many prayers.
Prodigals need to leave the pigpen | Forthright Fellowship Room http://fellowshiproom.com/prodigals-need-to-leave-the-pigpen/
> Poet Robert Frost said, somewhat cynically, “Home is a place where, when you have to go there they have to take you in.” Maybe that was the rule in his home but it is not universally true.
There is hope for everyone – Forthright Magazine http://forthright.net/2021/04/02/hope-for-everyone/
> Manasseh should have had everything going for him. He was the son of Hezekiah, who brought about change and reform throughout Judah as he turned the people back to following God.
On “getting” poetry by Adam Kirsch | The New Criterion https://newcriterion.com/issues/2021/4/on-getting-poetry
> In poetry, the opposite is true: the emphasis is on the words themselves, as much as or even more than what they mean.
Not sure I agree with that.
Up from the Grave He Arose – Sermon Lines http://sermonlines.com/up-from-the-grave-he-arose/
> Last July, six year-old Bridger Walker threw himself in front of a mean dog to shield his little sister from certain death.
A family-friendly social network (Mastodon instance) devoted to the new life found in Christ.