I know they are initials for some French phrase. I could probably pronounce the words, but wouldn’t have the first idea of how to put them in writing. Basically, it means “please let us know if you’re going to attend.”
I was thinking this morning, as I got up early out of my bed to begin the day, how God produces a daily sunrise as an invitation to attend.
What could be more inviting than bringing light to where there was darkness?
What could be more enticing than a big ball of sunshine beaming across the horizon into your home?
And then, it remains throughout the day–until, as dusk arrives–it sets, welcoming the cool of the evening with a promise of “we’ll try again tomorrow.”
- I suppose you could curse the morning.
- Certainly you can “hope” your way through one day, looking forward to another.
- Perhaps it’s human to take the whole process for granted.
But for me, I just believe the Great Party Giver in the sky uses the daily sun rising as His invitation to come and see, come and enjoy… come and attend.
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