Daily Sounding Board – 5/6/2020

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  • Today’s reading:
    • Psalm 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21

Conversation starters (use the comments below to answer and stay connected with others in the church)

  • How much time do you spend on the internet? What do you usually do?

2 thoughts on “Daily Sounding Board – 5/6/2020

  1. I think for me it will be 16 hours plus. Wake up, reading bible is from an App. Work starts at 7 till 5, all intranet and internet, then comes exercise and walk with worship music from Spotify and Youtube. Netflix, Youtube, Apple news, etc. Even when I sleep my iPhone would check the internet once a while.
    Wow!! I need a sabbatical and live in a cave! ?

  2. We should open church this way, good ice breaker. It depends where the birthdays or deaths lead me on IMDB. I look up familiar people I admire in film, I will look at there age and how old they were, when they died, and what was the cause of death? if anything stands out I research on the web. I look updates on films or articles that grab my attention. New trailers. I have the most random conversations in the morning.
    I work on two photos for both my Instagram Accounts “one color” and “one black and white”.
    I read stories or facts about bats on Instagram.
    I get about 12 different topics in my email daily automatically. These are my alerts “ David Fincher, Depeche Mode, Theology, Medicine, Tim Burton, Dennis Villeneuve, strange facts , weird deaths, bats, Rabbits, Nine Inch Nails, and genetics.
    I either open or close my morning with the Bible reading plan. If I’m not familiar with the word, I go on dictionary and I’ll look up the definition and examples and I’ll scroll down and look up “use over time”. If the reading gets my curiosity I will dig deeper on the web and research facts about the person in the Bible.
    I have a playlist of music for my Bible reading. The music I use cannot have any memories or attachments to a film I have scene.

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