How was your day, my daughter asks when she calls.
Fabulous! I exclaim.
What made it so fabulous? she queries.
I laugh. I’m in the studio. 486 more words
Part of walking in wisdom (verse 15) is redeeming the time (verse 16). The Greek words here are exagorazō which means “buy, buy up something or redeem and buy back.” Figuratively, this might also be translated to mean “to gain something, especially advantage or opportunity, to make the most of.” This word is joined with the word kairos, which, unlike chronos that means a “stream of time,” this word is referring to “moments or points in time.” In essence then, Paul is encouraging us to make the most of now, the present. 87 more words
During our morning worship yesterday we were treated to a gorgeous accapella rendition of the old gospel favorite “I’ll Fly Away.” It was sung by a very talented sibling trio…who then brought their classical music training and instruments to bear in a seriously rousing instrumental version. 534 more words