Friday, October 7, 2011
The past few days, I have been listening to sermons while working in the kitchen. I love taking my time, polishing the counters and washing dishes and listening to an inspiring sermon.
Each day I have chosen one sermon to enjoy. I have heard Dr. John MacArthur talk about the economy; Dr. Harold Sightler describe the blessings of all the food fed to thousands just from one small lunch, in "What Are They Among So Many?" I had tears in my eyes as Dr. Clyde Box preached on "A Faithful Man, Who can Find?" A few of these ministers are southern, and will shout at times. It certainly startles me out of a spiritual sloth!
Sometimes the children will walk into the room while I am working. They want to talk, so I pause the sermon. I listen to the children and then turn the CD back on. The preaching echoes throughout the house. It is like propaganda in the home - good propaganda that nourishes the soul.
The endless daily chores in the kitchen are ideal times for listening to sermons. Knowing there is something special to listen to while I work makes me eager to do my duties.
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