A Day Off?

I took the day off from my regular sabbaticalactivities (I like it as one word) yesterday

I helped a friend record a song -- he's a way better singer and musician than I will ever be. The song moved me -- but I don't have a recording to let you hear -- maybe sometime soon.

I got to play music at Northern Seminary's Chapel Service. The theme of the service was "The Light that Purifies (part 1). The speaker, Dr. Charles Hambrick-Stowe, really had my attention with a part where he talked specifically about time -- and how the regular time we simply experience is different than the "high time" when it is about really concentrating on humbling ourselves before God and being ready for action.

I wonder what this high time is bringing?

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