20,000th Visit!

Some lucky person was just visitor 20,000 to our blog.  Not bad for a little blog started a couple of months ago and passed around, word of mouth. We’ve had our ups and downs over that time, but hopefully the ups outweigh the downs.

Psalm 100
A psalm. For giving thanks.

Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth. 
Worship the LORD with gladness;       
come before him with joyful songs. 
Know that the LORD is God.       

It is he who made us, and we are his;       
we are his people, the sheep of his pasture. 

Enter his gates with thanksgiving       
and his courts with praise;       
give thanks to him and praise his name.

For the LORD is good and his love endures forever;h
is faithfulness continues through all generations.



2 thoughts on “20,000th Visit!

  1. nathan,

    i don’t watch the local station much and didn’t know who johnny was until i got a link to your blog off a local forum. so, once i read your blog, i tuned into johnny one time. five minutes was enough for me. i thought you might be interested in a letter to the editor johnny wrote:


    you can search around, i think, to find the other letters.

    whether he is right or wrong, i believe it was wrong of johnny to write and wrong of the bulletin print this letter. how do you think the kids parents feel after reading it. religion should give comfort, not condemnation.

  2. Nathan,
    I have been reading the Psalms often for the last few weeks. When you post Psalm 100 it reminds me how faithful our God is. (verse 5)

    I was just reading Psalms 132:12 “If your sons will keep My covenant And My testimony which I will teach them, Their sons also shall sit upon your throne forever.”

    How many times did God’s people mess up? They did not keep the covenant of obedience to God. But God is still faithful. God did exactly what He promised. God in His great mercy kept His part of the covenant despite what His people deserved. How much more will God keep His promises to His children under grace? This is certainly good news and we are saved though faith and not of works.

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