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The Kitchen Table 30 – The Clock of the World

This weeks Kitchen Table looks at the passing of time – through an incredible song…

The Kitchen Table 29 – Christmas Elf or Christmas Grinch?

 

4 comments

  1. These verses of that significant and memorable hymn ‘O God our help in ages past’, came to mind:

    ‘Time, like an ever-rolling stream,
    soon bears us all away.
    We fly forgotten, as a dream
    dies at the opening day.

    O God, our help in ages past,
    our hope for years to come,
    still be our guard while troubles last,
    and our eternal home.’

    Isaac Watt’s words remind us of his source in Psalm 90; and the heading added in the NASB is “God’s Eternity and Man’s Transitoriness”.
    Verse 2 has: ‘Even from everlasting to everlasting, Thou art God’.

    Thank for your many helpful perspectives on various subjects, via this media, and may it continue throughout 2021.

    Happy New Year – in God we trust.

  2. Nevermind 1984, we now have 2020 vision!
    And through it all, there is the chief end of man, to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.
    Or as John Piper puts it, *by* enjoying Him forever.
    YBH, I hear; Yes, But, How?
    John Owen, who puts paid to the common view of Puritans being sour faced lemon suckers, in his “Communion with God” embraces everyday piety in the muck and grime and glum and sunny upland respite of everyday life. A life lived, his, was far from hunky-dory glory.
    BTW, James Taylor’s life has seen a lot of *Fire and Rain.*
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_1nKGVDhQ60

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