Together

Hello dear friends! I have missed you! I have missed just sitting down here and sharing my thoughts with you, so when I saw that the Five Minute Friday prompt today was together, I just had to make the time to be together with you.

I am a solitary person and don’t need a lot of interaction, but I am realizing more and more that God’s promises are for us together, when we do fellowship in community, when we do church as a body then God blesses.

We often sing Psalm 133 in our church during communion seasons, I’ll quote it from the New Living Translation, but we sing it ofcourse as a Metrical Psalm.

Psalm 133

A song for pilgrims ascending to Jerusalem. A psalm of David.

How wonderful and pleasant it is
    when brothers live together in harmony!
For harmony is as precious as the anointing oil
    that was poured over Aaron’s head,
    that ran down his beard
    and onto the border of his robe.
Harmony is as refreshing as the dew from Mount Hermon
    that falls on the mountains of Zion.
And there the Lord has pronounced his blessing,
    even life everlasting.

That says it all really !

God bless you!

14 thoughts on “Together”

  1. You would not want to live your days
    in togetherness with me,
    for so many are the ways
    of madness you can see.
    I’ll dance a haka on the street
    as to church we go,
    then bow to people that we meet
    rather than say Hello.
    I might sing “I Feel Pretty”,
    when you are feeling sad,
    which truly can be pity;
    my voice is really bad.
    It’s not that I am egocentric;
    I just nurture the eccentric!

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  2. It was so good to read your post, Fiona, about Ps 133. This was read at our prayer meeting last night and it was a good reminder that all those things that steal our unity, should be put right, so we can do life together well. Thanks for sharing. Your FMF neighbour at #5 this week.

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