Thursday, September 10, 2009

time consideration... the Wernersville 2009 retreat

Tonight I had my first meeting with a spiritual director. In 80 minutes I managed to talk about the retreat which I began blogging about many days ago when I wrote about the last morning.

more this weekend.

school and jazz rule the day till then, but here is a thought...


Sunday I spent much of worship feeling out of sorts as I was getting used to the Episcopal service after 8 straight days with the Jesuits. Then the opening line of the final hymn had these words... I fell to my knees.

I thought that is familiar and I saw it was from Ephesians, the verse I shared on the first post about the retreat (see link above). Wonderful choice of a closing hymn if you ask me, but I forgot the name. feel free to help me out Holy Trinity folk.

3 comments:

  1. John Starnes once sung one about dreaming he went to heaven and a line in it went: "I fell on my knees and cried "Holy!Holy to the Son of God!" That's about all I can recall of it, though, and it's quite probably not the hymn you're looking for.....

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  2. if the line was "i fell on my knees and help is on the way," could it be "(i've got) friends in high places," wayne? guess we'll ask the band tomorrow!

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  3. Jim and Red, either of you could be right, but I think not, so will check with the band.

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