Today will be centered on getting Dear Wife ready for her lower GI / colonoscopy tomorrow morning. Those who have been through this understand, those who haven't yet had the opportunity to "enjoy" this will not understand how much "fun" this is. Let's just say that my constant presence will be required both today in prep, tomorrow at the procedure, and Saturday during the recovery. With luck she'll be more-or-less recovered by Sunday. We hope so, anyway.
But it means that some things that I would normally try to undertake just can't be done right now. One being assisting a locally-based international ministry in preparing some stuff for overseas shipment, etc. Just can't. Can't go outside and work on vegetable garden planting, nor in preparation of the flower bed, nor several other things.
Song of the Day: Rescue The Perishing. I don't hear this one very often any more. Nor a similar one (to me at least), Work For The Night Is Coming.
Our reading in the Old Testament today is chapters 20, 21, and 22 of 2nd Kings.
This is more in a continuing pattern. Yes, Hezekiah was a good and godly king. One of the few and about the last. But his son was not, and energetically undid about every good thing his father had done. Part of a pattern that did not end with Hezekiah and Manasseh. Unfortunately.
II Kings 21
II Kings 22
Our New Testament reading is verses 45-71 found in chapter 6 of the Gospel of John.