I have always loved ska. And I have always loved Chicago. It must be the horns. As I let my mind slip into the music, I find myself thinking of the lady that's waiting for me in the burbs of the Windy City. Honey, I'm heading your way!
On this Good Friday, it is important to remember that God provided a perfect Lamb as the ultimate atonement for mankind. If you celebrate this Sabbath's Seder, remember the bitterness of our bondage to sin. And also remember the Lamb that was sacrificed in order to set us free. Remember that His blood has been smeared onto the doorway of our hearts. And we should march out of the land of bondage with joy in our hearts and a song on our lips.
If this is true (and the sources can probably be trusted), then I am more than a little bit concerned by the dramatic implications. Please pray for the peace of Jerusalem. And please pray that God would protect His chosen people.
Jews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk were handed leaflets ordering them to register with the new self-proclaimed pro-Russian leadership, according to an Israel-based organization that monitors
Meredith read one of my posts about God's Not Dead last week. So after church, we caught an early showing of the movie. Fortunately, I had a gift card that paid for the tickets and much of the food and beverages...