A Sermon for Tomorrow

Our peats are all home, and our vegetable plot is coming on a treat. I feel truly blessed by God's goodness in these temporal provisions.

And now we come to a needed and looked-forward-to day of rest.

I haven't heard this actual sermon - it's called Christ, the Great King Priest - but the retired minister preaching it is who we'll be hearing tomorrow. Our own minister is on holiday.

I hope y'all have a blessed Lord's Day. If you aren't able to get out to church, feel free to have a listen to this sermon ... or another of the thousands on the Sermon Audio site.

G'night all :)


  1. Dear Mrs. Anne,
    I tried to email last week, but I'm not sure if it got through. I am an American who LOVES all things Scottish, and am very interested in learning more about the culture, esp. Gaelic. I have a dictionary, and have been using an online program for some recognition/spelling/pronunciation. I was very excited to find your blog and see that you use Gaelic words and phrases. If it would not be too much trouble, would you consider sharing how to pronounce your words when you add Gaelic to your posts?
    I was also very excited to know that folks are homeschooling in Scotland, and passing on a Godly legacy to their children!! Fantastic. We're homeschoolers, too.
    Kristin, from the Sunny Southlands

    1. Hi Kristin,
      I emailed you last Saturday. Could you check your mail, and if you didn't receive it, please let me know and I'll re-send it
      Anne x

  2. I'm sorry; I dont think your email made it through. Thanks for trying. Sometimes I have trouble with email. If you could try it again, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

  3. It looks like it didn't make it over the ocean--again! Sorry! I guess I'll just continue reading your wonderful blog, and leave a comment now and then. Thanks.


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