Come, come!

CQ, CQ!! It’s that time of the year again–called “Field Day” for Ham Radio People. Starting at 2 pm tomorrow afternoon, all of North American will be at it–they spend 24 hours trying to make as many contacts as they can, in a simulated emergency situation–meaning generators for electricity, etc. Many different clubs assemble themselves somewhere for the weekend, and are allowed to start setting up today. The club that Rej & Sam belong to this year are going to a conservation area where trailers are not allowed–so it’s tent camping for us. They were hesitant until I said it would be FUN!! And if we forget anything that is usually already packed in the trailer… Walmart isn’t far.

Now for quick notes on last Sunday’s sermon. Rebecca shared from Isaiah 55–what a beautiful chapter! God’s invitation is not only for those who realize they are needy, but for those who lack discernment on how to spend (Isaiah 55:2), and even for those who are “wicked” (Isaiah 55:7). And how beautiful is the yearning that you see in that chapter, of God for you!

“Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine and milk without money and without cost. Why spend money on what is not bread, and your labor on what does not satisfy? Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good, and your soul will delight in the richest of fare.” (Isaiah 55:1-2)

By the way, if you happened to read my post yesterday and decided to ask yourself “What IF it’s true?”–you could click on my case for christ tag, to see all the notes I made on that book (starting 2 years ago–actually Feb. 3, 2010!) However, the book itself is easy and fascinating reading.

And don’t think you’re the only one I’m talking to… I have a few friends who are doubtful about Christ’s resurrection!

 

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