Sunday, January 29, 2006

This is my Daily Bread . . .


I gotta tell you--this morning in church we sang that Michael W. Smith song, "Breathe," that says, among other things, "This is my daily bread . . . your very word. . . spoken to me."

Since I've been partaking of the 90-Day-Challenge (or, as my friend Lisa calls it, "The Overachievers' Program"), my daily reading does feel more like a meal than a snack. My Bible margins are scrawled with smiley faces, exclamation points, and question marks . . . and I think God is happy with the fact that I'm reading and digging.

I sang a solo in church this morning, the first one in years. And I discovered that the world of accompaniment trax has gone to CD format, which leaves me with two drawers full of cassette tapes, a shiny new cord to link the tape player and computer, and a stack of blank CDs.

Yesterday I painted a room, upholstered three barstools, and recovered a hope chest that had seen much better days. Today I shall turn my thoughts toward technology . . .

I love weekends.

Angie

3 comments:

Cowboy Sunsets said...

Angela, thank you for blogging. I enjoy reading you posts.

"Breathe." Ah, for me there is not a better worship song that sums up my heart.

As to singing in church, good job. (No, I wasn't there.) I'm glad you are using all of your talents.

God bless, Tim

Bayman4000 said...

I am on the overachiever's plan, but it looks like it is going to take me closer to 120 days instead of 90. That is still 345 days faster than ever before. It was such a thrill to get through Leviticus in record time!

David

Angela said...

Hang in there, David! You'll love finding that the Chronicles are reruns!

Angie