The Magic in Words

We learn early in the USA about the beauty of rhymes.  One of my favorites:

Jack be nimble

Jack be quick

Jack jump over

  the candlestick

We don't realize it when we first hear them, at least not to focus on, but such rhymes teach us to love our language.  So do our children's stories, which are usually of much longer length.

My nickname is my youth was "Putt," a marvelous wprd to play with:

Putt in a rut

Putt in a hurry

Putt runs fast

   from any flurry

Okay, okay.  So it's not so hot.  Throw you own rhyme into the pot.  Make this devotional day simply sensational.

Pastor Andy

For his anger lasts only a moment, but his favor lasts a lifetime; weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.  Psalm 30:5