Showdown at Big Sky – NaPoWriMo Day 22

The Robe   “Make the robe for the Ephod entirely of blue, with an opening for the head at the center and a hem on the edge so that it won’t tear. For the edge of the skirts make pomegranates of blue, purple, and scarlet material all around and alternate them with bells of gold—gold bell and pomegranate, gold bell and pomegranate—all around the hem of the robe. Aaron has to wear it when he does his priestly work. The bells will be heard when he enters the Holy Place and comes into the presence of God, and again when he comes out so that he won’t die.” (Exodus 28:31-35 MSG)

showdown at big sky

showdown at big sky (Photo credit: tbone_sandwich)

SHOWDOWN AT BIG SKY

 ©2014 Diana Rasmussen

 Let the bells ring out

 we’re standing in Your presence

 wearing shoes of peace and

 breastplates of righteousness

Spirit of the Lord go forth

like cloven tongues of fire

Give Revelation to all tribes

Showdown at Big Sky

 

DAILY PROMPT – Showdown at Big Sky

 

How do you handle conflict? Boldly or directly? Or do you prefer a more subtle approach?

http://youtu.be/kebhBIoTb50       SHOWDOWN AT BIG SKY   by Robbie Robertson   Released Oct 27, 1987

Cover of "Robbie Robertson"

Cover of Robbie Robertson

Soldier of fortune
He’s a man of war
Just can’t remember
What he’s fighting for
Start a revolution
Right before your eyes
When you hear the big bang
Don’t be surprised

Showdown at big sky
Darkness at high noon
Showdown at big sky
That day may be soon

People, people
Can you hear the sound
From every village and every town
Let the bells ring out
Hear the bells ring in
Let the bells ring out
Keep them ringing, ringing

Can’t predict the future
Can’t forget the past
Feels like any moment
Could be the last
All you believers
Standing inside this room
Can’t you see it coming
Shooting out across the moon

Save this place
In the valley of tears
By the river of time
From weapons race
In the Book of David
In the holy night
When it’s laid to waste
It will be written
By the children of Eden
I said save this place
And the Holy Ghost

Showdown at big sky
Darkness at high noon
Showdown at big sky
That day may be soon

People, people
Can you hear the sound
From every village and every town
Let the bells ring out
Hear the bells ring in
Let the bells ring out
Keep them ringing, ringing

Save this place
In the valley of tears
By the river of time
From weapons race
In the Book of David
In the holy night
When it’s laid to waste
It will be written
By the children of Eden
I said save this place
And the Holy Ghost

Showdown at big sky
Darkness at high noon
Kiss tomorrow goodbye
That day could be soon

Give us strength
Give us wisdom
And give us tomorrow
Let the bells ring out
Hear the bells ring in
Let the bells ring out
Keep them ringing, ringing
Let the bells ring out
Hear the bells ring in
Let the bells ring out
Keep them ringing, ringing

Showdown at Big Sky

 

How do you handle conflict? Boldly and directly? Or, do you prefer a more subtle approach?

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About dianarasmussen

Diana Rasmussen is a Faith Builder, Worship Leader, Veteran's wife, and Customer Service Rep
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3 Responses to Showdown at Big Sky – NaPoWriMo Day 22

  1. Ana Perry says:

    how do I handle conflict? I run like the wind in the opposite direction. 🙂

    Like

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