Friday, October 06, 2006

What Else?

Recently a very dear friend of mine was in a serious car accident, the result being that she can no longer hold her Bible or tip her head down to read it for any length of time. Others have dyslexia or, well I don't know everything, whatever reasons. What else can be done?


  1. listen to radio sermons -- all day

  2. pray while nursing

  3. listen to music which makes you feel worshipful

  4. pray while doing the dishes

  5. keep a verse you are working on a 3x5 card in your back pocket

  6. or tape it up somewhere you will have opportunity to see it alot

  7. listen to Adventures in Odyssey with your kids

  8. how about iron sharpening iron?


A very incomplete list. What would you add?

3 Comments:

At 10:41 AM, Anonymous blestwithsons said...

For taped sermons, I highly recommend Dr. Carl Broggi. He was my pastor in SC and he is outstanding. He preaches verse by verse through entire books. You can get Romans, Genesis, Hebrews, 1&2 Peter.. and a bunch of other through www.searchthescriptures.org

His wife Audrey also does wonderful messages to women. Hers are available there as well.

 
At 2:14 PM, Blogger Jennifer said...

We have an Audio dramatized Bible from Zondervan... straight text, with calm music in the background, different voices for characters in the narrative parts, some very light sound effects. NIV translation. We use it a lot. The kids fall asleep to it. I've played Proverbs on the computer while we eat, so I can eat too (instead of reading aloud myself).

 
At 4:50 PM, Blogger mutleythedog said...

Being too religious is very dull!! Watch the Simpsons or have a beer or something else instead - God won't mind, I promise - he still loves me!

 

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