Sunday Go To Meeting MUSICAL Bun!

Sunday Go To Meeting Bun!

by

L.A.Marzulli

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!

    • 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.
      CW

    • 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.

  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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