2018 March 21 Wednesday

2018 March 21 Wednesday in Liberty Hill Texas

Another cool start to the day at 37° overnight it had warmed slightly by the time we rolled out of bed. I had been up a little earlier and started the heater. We didn’t take long getting dressed.

Look what a difference a few minutes make in the morning sky.

Because we hesitated getting out of bed, we didn’t have time to cook breakfast. We had cold cereal before leaving for Grandies.


At Grandies we filled a lot of plastic eggs with candy for the egg hunt on Easter Sunday. I don’t think that it was near as many as we filled last year. See photo below of eggs for Easter 2017.
Then we had an enchilada lunch.

Choir members met at Dahlia’s for supper before going to Cross Tracks Church to practice for Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

MUSINGS – March 21 2018


Psalms 32:3-5
“When I kept silent about my sins, my bones began to weaken because of my groaning all day long. Day and night your hand lay heavily on me. My strength shriveled in the summer heat.

I made my sins known to you, and I did not cover up my guilt. I decided to confess them to you, O LORD. Then you forgave all my sins.

Let me say this first: the psalmist was not being literal here. This is a poem and poetic license is used to describe how the burden of his unconfessed sins made him feel.

I have felt that way and so have countless others. Listen,”Once my heart was heavy with a load of sin. Jesus took the load and gave me peace within.” or “‘Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, And grace my fears relieved” These hymn writers had to have felt the weight of their sins to have written these heartfelt words. They and I have also been set free by confessing those sins to the LORD.

Is your heart heavy? Are your bones weak? Confess to the LORD your sins. Admit to them. Honestly promise to not do them again. Then go and sin no more.


Published by Tom

husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and Santa

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