Today’s post tips a hat to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, an annual event that draws approximately 2 million visitors. It’s no wonder some of the spirit rubs off all over the Houston Metroplex.
It’s Cowboy for Hallelujah (Photo by Oleta Coleman, 2013)
Hallelujah is generally translated as “Praise the Lord.”
How do you praise the Lord? What is your Hallelujah?
Anyone who knows me well knows how much I love Flash Mobs. I hope you’ll enjoy this video as much as I do. The Hallelujah Chorus (from Handel’s Messiah) was first performed in Dublin in 1742. Still works for me.
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It’s all about Jesus. If we humble ourselves, trust and obey, and believe He is Risen, then our lives take on an entirely different perspective. I particularly like the photo of the Christian Brothers Auto Repair sign because of the … Continue reading →
It’s been a taxing week for millions of Americans, myself included. Personally, I find the entire process to be emotionally draining. But, no matter how the tax return comes out, it’s so reassuring to know that my debts are paid … Continue reading →