Friday, October 6, 2023


After Luke 10:38-42

We make them – choices,

that is. Like Martha and

Mary, sisters they were,

we choose what’s

important to us. Do we

serve or do we listen

and learn? Do we

prepare the meal, or

do we break convention

to hear the lesson,

the teaching, spoken 

by the voice like 

no other. If the choice

is to serve, then set

grumbling aside. Others

 have made other 

choices. Do what you

have chosen to do, and

do it well, with

your whole heart.


Photograph by Burst via Unsplash Used with permission.

Some Friday Readings


Competing Voices – Crystal Kershaw at Fieldstone Counseling.


His Christian Wish to God – poem by Robert Herrick at Kingdom Poets (D.S. Martin). 


What Do Christian Writers Owe Their Readers? – Samuel D. James at Digital Liturgies. 


Hanging by a thread – poem by Martha Orlando.

1 comment:

Martha Jane Orlando said...

Whatever our choice, may we all do it without complaining.
Thanks for the reference to my poem, Glynn!
Blessings always!