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Sunday, July 25, 2010


I want a Sunday kind of love,
A love to last past Saturday night,
And I’d like to know it’s more than love at first sight,
And I need a Sunday kind of love,
Oh yeah, yeah!

“Sunday kind of love.” was a song of the forties sang by many of the top vocalist both men and women; To name a few, Jo Stafford, with her soft velvety voice, Billy Eckstein’s almost eerie rendition, and Etta James did it best.

What is the Sunday kind of love? In a sense it is an intangible state, a feeling, a needed emotional experience that continues and is not diminished by circumstances or interaction with other people.

It goes to the core of the first created beings that were perfectly matched and lived in a perfect environment. Their disobedience sent them forth from the garden affected the whole existence of man.

While the basic instincts and needs still reside in man they can only be met by the struggle we see all around us.

The disenfranchisement of Satan in heaven did not deter him from his philosophy that; he has better ideas than GOD, and he could prove it if given a chance.

Satan has failed in his efforts in every case, and the experiment will soon be over. His failures are too many to mention, because they span the whole of creation.

Just one example; GOD created friendship to be a comforting, supporting, nurturing, needful experience. As Satan’s deception in the garden produced death so also his version of friendship has produced, manipulation, using people, and sexual perversion.

It makes no difference how many followers he has garnered; it just means that many more have been deceived.  No matter how much deceptive rhetoric and putting on smiley faces that flow by the throne of GOD - - They will always be; “dismissed with prejudice”

And so it is; Satan’s better ideas were rejected in heaven, and as far as GOD is concerned they are rejected on earth.

Last word; much of what’s happening in the natural life has its counter part in the spiritual life, particularly, a Sunday kind of love that lasts through the week.


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