The day before yesterday I had a solid chunk of time and spent it writing. It felt so good! I was in the zone! Then yesterday our whole town was without ATT services for most of the day. As in my husband’s cell phone didn’t even work. CRAZY! So apparently my computer-free day balanced out the one before. (Sigh) Anyway, today I’m happy to tell you about a new version of Kids in the Divine Service by Rev. Christopher Thoma!
Ah, it’s that time of year. Approaching 2020 I’m trying to think through what I’ve been doing & what I should focus on next.
When I was at the Good Shepherd Institute this past November, I heard a presenter wonder aloud whether there are people we could consider church fathers of music. I’m really struck by the idea. What do you think?
I had a random thought. You know how Satan even attacks small talk? How much more might he attack written words? What a scary, humbling thought. 🙁 O, Key of David, open and shut our mouths according to your will. Set a watch upon our mouths, O Lord. Amen.
Wow! I’ve added a lot of Lutheran poets to my Theological Poets page! You should check it out. Now, if only we could get the Concordia Historical Institute to do a project on Lutheran poets . . . 🙂 Plus, below is another O Antiphon bit from Wikipedia. Come, O Root of Jesse!