It's Sunday evening and we look back over a good day. The Village Church on TV was our sanctuary this morning. Once again we sang the hymns and read the Scriptures out loud with the congregation. The preacher this morning was Stuart Briscoe who spoke on aging using Psalm 90 as his text. It was a stirring and helpful message.
At noon, our dear Vermont friend Karen Unsworth, brought us meals of tender prime rib roast from the Crystal Dining Room! Marian ate a great noon dinner, and I didn't do too badly myself. In mid afternoon Marian asked to go for a ride and on this warm, sunny day we spent about an hour trying to avoid the traffic. After a light supper we played the word game "Quiddler". Now Marian has her eyes closed again and soon I'll put more hymns on the stereo. Marian is not doing much reading and gets little enjoyment from TV these days, but there is something about the old hymns that triggers a peaceful response. So thank you, Lord, for this day. And thank you to all who pray for us.