Svithe: Today's reading? Isaiah.
For unto us a child is born,
unto us a son is given:
and the government shall be upon his shoulder:
and his name shall be called Wonderful,
The mighty God,
The everlasting Father,
The Prince of Peace.
last week's svithe
That's long been my favorite part of Messiah, along with "and he shall purify". my versionReplyDelete
Is that a complete version? I like my copy a lot, but it's not the whole thing. It doesn't specifically say "complete version" on the page, but it does have an awful lot of stuff--I'm pretty sure more than mine.
and now the word "born" is running (arpeggiated) through my head. delightful.ReplyDelete
also, i'm guessing by your comment that i got caught blog hopping, no?
at any rate, thanks for sharing the kershesnik with me on a day when i very much needed it.
My pleasure. I ran into you on Petra's blog. You sounded local? Are you? Or just from another mild clime?
Ah, yes. Never too cold there either.
honestly, I don't know. I had assumed that isn't complete, but if anybody knows something is missing, I will easily fold.ReplyDelete
Are there any messiah singalongs around here?
That is a very good question. I have never been to one. I take it you have before?
no, but it sounds cool, and judging by the way they talked about it in our first ward, it sounded like a well-accepted LDS thing to do, and we were the only ones not clued in. no?ReplyDelete
I don't think so--I've only seen an LDS one once in LDSville Provo. Maybe we should start one--it would be a great thing to be part of the Interstake Center's December activities.
sounds fun :)ReplyDelete
I did find one... St DaviD of Wales Catholic Church in Richmond, tomorrow at 6:30, childcare provided, donations welcome.
but unfortunately, I can't make it...
That's almost perfect! Except I'll be in San Jose!