Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sunday's Psalm--24th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Do not forget the works of the Lord!

Hearken, my people, to my teaching;
Incline your ears to the words of my mouth.

I will open my mouth in a parable,
I will utter mysteries from of old.

Do not forget the works of the Lord!

While he slew them they sought Him
and inquired after God again,

Remembering that God was their rock
and the Most High God, their redeemer.

Do not forget the works of the Lord!

But they flattered Him with their mouths
and lied to Him with their tongues,

Though their hearts were not steadfast toward Him,
nor were they faithful to his covenant.

Do not forget the works of the Lord!

But He, being merciful, forgave their sin
and destroyed them not;

Often He turned back his anger
and let none of his wrath be roused.

Do not forget the works of the Lord!


Psalm 78:1bc-2, 34-35, 36-37, 38.


Tracy Arm, Alaska; Peace Bell, San Pedro, California; First Nations storytelling dance, Prince Rupert, B.C.; tree, Bryce Canyon Nat'l Park; climber, Zion Nat'l Park; rock arch, Zion; canyon; canyon, Bryce Canyon; peacock, Maryhill Museum; deadly mushroom, Alaska; Rose Garden, Manito Park, Spokane; fritterary, Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park; Pink Mountain Heather, Mt. Rainier; hoodoo, Bryce Canyon

6 comments:

PERBS said...

You must have a wonderful collection of photos from traveling! Beautifully illustrated! Somedays, I am encouraged to try what you are doing but never get around to it. maybe one day. Maybe it is over and you are now at Rainier helping visitors. . . Ü

Thinking of you on your walk and hoping all is going well with you and all.

CrazyCath said...

Beautiful. Psalm and photos.

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Mary said...

Wow...stunning photos to go with that Psalm! I love seeing these.

ArneA said...

Well done

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" didn't get here until Monday, but he nonetheless had to stop by for his Sunday Psalm.

It is always a blessing to stop here for this weekly post.

diXymiss said...

Wonderful! I love this feature. Hope you were blessed with no blisters on Sunday, as you finished your walk?