Sunday Go To Meeting MUSICAL Bun!

Sunday Go To Meeting Bun!



Ecclesiastics 6:


There is a time for everything,
and a season for every activity under the heavens:

    a time to be born and a time to die,
a time to plant and a time to uproot,
    a time to kill and a time to heal,
a time to tear down and a time to build,
    a time to weep and a time to laugh,
a time to mourn and a time to dance,
    a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them,
a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing,
    a time to search and a time to give up,
a time to keep and a time to throw away,
    a time to tear and a time to mend,
a time to be silent and a time to speak,
    a time to love and a time to hate,
a time for war and a time for peace.

06 For Everything There Is a Season

25 thoughts on “Sunday Go To Meeting MUSICAL Bun!

  1. I needed that. I had just given up on the Lord to fulfill His promises to me, but I hear the Holy Spirit reminding me that it is not time yet, though He has a time. Thanks, LA, right on the money.

    • Oh yes, my sentiments as well Jacqueline…
      Thank you LA for again being right on time with a healing Word for us!

    • Thank you, Charliewalksonwater (cool name!) on behalf of all of us who never asked….

      Better than the Byrds, LA — and no Sixties-peace-and-love editorial comments at the end.

    • There is an old tune that was covered by the Blues Brothers. Dan Akroyd sang it and in the middle of the song the music stops and he says: Sunday go to meeting bun… bow, bow, bow! It’s a throw back to what the world was like 80 years ago when you looked forward to a Sunday Bun. I use it here as a double entendre. L.A.

    • Thanks for the response, LA. I’ve started listening to your program, and I told my wife that I felt you were a friend that I never met.

      I did a search for the bun when I read your note. I found this on wiktionary…

      sunday go-to-meeting bun is a leftover roll that one quickly pockets on the way to church. Basically, it means day old or stale hard bread

      “The other day, I had me a cool water sandwich and a sunday-go-to-meetin’ bun. That is to say, I had me a slice of watermelon and took a little lady to church, bow-bow-bow.” -Elwood Blues

      cool stuff. good ol’ Elwood.

      Thanks again.

  2. “Turn, Turn, Turn” by the Byrds–the words are out of one of my favorite books of the Bible–Ecclesiastes–I love this song more than I can say, since it helped convince me that God was genuinely real, when I was a lost and lonely teenager.

    • I remember this song. Of course, I didn’t know it was biblical. I just liked it. Now I know why. Thanks for sharing. Thank you Lord for “seeding,” me.

  3. My son and I listened to that yesterday on the way to baseball. He said, ‘is this song over yet?’ To which I responded, yes. ‘that was the longest song ever! And I told him it was from the Bible. Good timing.

    • Next time in the car, put on Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells,” which is around 48 minutes long. (.Also known as the theme from The Exorcist)

    • it’s more of a piece than a song. don’t play it though. it has manifested/empowerd too many demons as is.

    • Not sure about the demon thing, the artist did not intend it for the movie, in fact it was recorded before the film was ever made….not his fault Holly-weird picked his “piece” for the movie. At point it time it was just another cut on the record with no tie in to any film what so ever. I actually like the song/piece, it’s hauntingly beautiful. Now if you were talking about say, Black Sabbath, I would agree with you whole heartedly

  4. Cool song, I thought for a moment it was going to be turn, turn, turn. I saw someone posted that as a comment. I cannot stand turn turn turn personally because my mother listened to it over and over again after my grandparents passed away…

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