Skip to comments.FReeper Canteen ~ Tell Us Your Favorite " Animal" Songs ~ 01 December 2023
Posted on 11/30/2023 6:09:09 PM PST by Kathy in Alaska
Eye of the Tiger
Fly Like An Eagle
Pigs On The Wing - Part I
Pigs (Three Different Ones)
Pigs On The Wing - Part II
“My dog ran off with a truck drivin’ man”
Old Blue (You Good dog You) —The Byrds
Well, darn. You took all the good ones.
~ Tell Us Your Favorite "Animal" Songs ~
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Seagull, by Bad Company
Walk the Dog, by Aerosmith
Song that some said Sinatra was forced by Mitch Miller at Columbia to sing against his will. Miller said:” Oh? Did you ever rememer anything Frank did against his will?”
Mama Will Bark — Frank Sinatra including bark impressions.
Come to me, all you who are weary.
Nine-year-old Dan Gill arrived with his best friend Archie at their classmate’s birthday party. When the mother of the birthday boy saw Archie, however, she refused him entry. “There aren’t enough chairs,” she insisted. Dan offered to sit on the floor to make room for his friend, who was Black, but the mother said no. Dejected, Dan left their presents with her and returned home with Archie, the sting of his friend’s rejection searing his heart.
Now, decades later, Dan is a schoolteacher who keeps one empty chair in his classroom. When students ask why, he explains it’s his reminder to “always have room in the classroom for anyone.”
A heart for all people can be seen in Jesus’ welcoming life: “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28). This invitation may seem to contradict the “first to the Jew” scope of Jesus’ ministry (Romans 1:16). But the gift of salvation is for all people who place their faith in Jesus. “This is true for everyone who believes,” Paul wrote, “no matter who we are” (3:22 nlt).
We rejoice then at Christ’s invitation to all: “Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls” (Matthew 11:29). For all seeking His rest, His open heart awaits. .
Reflect & Pray
What was your situation when you accepted God’s gift of salvation? Who do you know whose heart Jesus is calling?
Dear Jesus, You called me when others didn’t. Thank You for offering me salvation and love.
For further study, read Keeping the Faith: The Cost of Following Christ.
Alan Parsons Project - The Eagle Will Rise Again
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