What a contrast to the family Bible!
The Kindle has the opening few sentences of tonight's sermon on it. No longer do I have to shuffle papers in the pulpit .... everything is in one neat unit. The only drawback that I see so far is that it is less easy to edit "on the hoof" ... though if you know the text reasonably well that's not a major problem.
The last twenty years have seen so many changes in the world of technology. Even thinking back ten or so years the size of the mobile phone has changed from the little 'brick' of the 90s to the twenty first century slim line item that brings the internet right where you are as well as still acting as a phone!
But none of the technology gives control over the weather. This Sunday started bright and clear and the lunchtime sun was warm.
Now, dinner is almost ready and I'm certainly hungry for it. I suppose Eliot might like some food too if I were to put a morsel in his dish ... ?
Lord of all power and might,
the author and giver of all good things:
Graft in our hearts the love of your name,
increase in us true religion,
nourish us with all goodness,
and of your great mercy keep us in the same;
through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Collect of the Seventh Sunday after Trinity
Book of Common Prayer