2018: Page 27

Some thoughts, lessons, and/or reflections from the day:

  • It’s a Saturday and it has been a quiet and restful day.  Those are good to have from time to time. 🙂
  • I spent a good part of the morning working on refinement of the sermon for tomorrow.  It’s never done until it’s preached, and even then it’s just starting to work.
  • It’s not that difficult to find things to delight in, but how often do we make deliberate efforts to delight in the Lord?
  • I’ve been working on upgrading computers at home and I think I’m finally making progress.
  • I thoroughly enjoy the benefit of computers but don’t enjoy it when they start behaving erratically — I know, it’s just a machine it doesn’t really behave or not behave. 🙂
  • I went through another day’s photos from the conference.  I took the pictures so I know I’ve already seen the scenes I captured, but there is almost always some photos that surprise me when I go through the after the fact.
  • After lunch it was more sermon and computer work.  Transferring information from one computer to another can take a lot of time when the hard drive is full of photos.
  • The weather was nearly spring-like, so we headed to the Riverwalk for a sunset stroll . . . and to take some more photos.
  • I either need to go in and finish up some work tonight or get up early in the morning to do it.  I guess I’m getting old because getting up early sounds better than staying up late. 🙂
  • Today’s photo is from our evening walk as we strolled along the river at sunset.  When Jesus says we are the light of the world, I imagine Him picturing us spreading His light just as the sun spreads its light to all who live under it.

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