Ain't it good . . . to be back home again! (Oh yes it is . . .)
Sometimes, this ol' farm feels like a long lost friend.
Oh ain't it good, to be back home again.
Oh ain't it good . . . to be back home . . . again . . .
Not sure my home would be ever considered a farm, although we do have a lot of plants and vegetables in pots here and there . . .
But, for the record, it is sure good to be home again.
Heck, I don't even mind the temperature (100+ degrees today) . . . the temperature doesn't matter when you are home.
It was good to be back helping lead worship at the downtown campus . . . and I was reminded that I preach the next two Sundays . . . time to get back into work time. "Leave time" is over.
I will spend some time later this week putting down some thoughts about my time away. I came away with several "take-a-ways," . . . not sure that they aren't any different from past "take-a-ways" after other periods of vacation or time away . . . but several seem to be sticking in my mind a lot longer than normal.
More to come . . .
It really is good to be home.
God's grace still amazes me . . . ><>
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