Some prayerful commentary for your week.
Royals. I am a follower of the Prince of Peace and King of Kings. I believe in the Lord of all. These are the only royal titles which merit my attention. Apparently, attention is being paid to a red-headed stepchild and his wife who are pouring out their dirty laundry to Sister Oprah. I really couldn’t care less. But I do have one word of sage advice from my own experiences. You go public, talking trash about a Queen, you’d best sleep with one eye open.
Remedies. Praise the Lord, I have received all my vaccinations. (No, not distemper and rabies!) I am praying that the menace of the crayolavirus will be in the process of remedy and that all souls will be prayerfully inoculated post-haste. As I look forward to an impending return to my traveling ministries and mission trips, I am asking that we all prayerfully consider the benefits of mask wearing for a bit longer. Not only will it protect those yet injected, but there’s a lot of you who still need to be muffled just a bit. Amen?
Ridiculous. Let me start with a quote directly from NBC News. “A Missouri pastor is on leave after a video emerged of him preaching that wives should strive to be thin, made up, well-dressed and satisfying in the bedroom to keep their husbands interested because “God made men to be drawn to beautiful women.”” Do tell. Then he further stated that “I’m not saying every woman can be the epic trophy wife of all time, like Melania Trump . . . Maybe you’re a participation trophy… But you don’t need to look like a butch either.” Brothers and Sisters, I can assure you that, as a woman of God, the Lord’s is satisfied with all his creations. Still, on a surface level, if this pastor had had the looks of George Clooney, I might let this slide. But this “slob in a pulpit” had no room to criticize. None. Zip. Zero.