Gladness on Sunday

By   •   June 9   •   Topics: ,

two women talking

A lot of people get what I call “Sunday-itis” on Sunday mornings. Do you know what Sunday-itis is? It attacks the victim shortly before breakfast on Sunday morning. It is accompanied by a feeling of weakness and lethargy. Sometimes the victim has a slight headache which is aggravated by the ringing of the church bells in the community. But the disease is of short duration, usually disappearing about noon, when the victim is able to eat a full dinner and play golf in the afternoon. But the symptoms usually appear again about 7:30 Sunday evening, and then disappear until the next Sunday morning.

Prayer for the day

May I always have the gladness that David had, as each Sunday I prepare to worship You in Your house, heavenly Father.

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  1. Peg Beard says:

    If only more people would come to God and live by His word, what a better place the world be.

  2. Ralph says:

    Could you imagine if God came up with ‘Sunday-itis’ while watching over us?

  3. Stephen Hall says:

    Thank you Lord for thy Holy Sabbath, and for church communities who honor and worship you. Guide us to make room for You, Your Son Jesus, and the Holy Ghost each day of the week, through prayer, bible study, and service to others in need. Guide us to closer relationships with You and in fellowship with other church members as well as those in need of your Word, and a welcoming church to attend and join in worship.