With wine at hand, the good man concerns himself, not with getting drunk, but with drinking in all the natural delectabilities of wine: its power to turn evenings into occasions, to lift eating beyond nourishment to conviviality, and to bring
Take the largest part of that truth first. God makes wine. For all its difficulties, there is no way around the doctrine of creation. But notice the tense: He makes; not made. He did not create once upon a time,
Hallelujah! Blessed man, blessed woman, who fear God, Who cherish and relish his commandments, Their children robust on the earth, And the homes of the upright—how blessed! Their houses brim with wealth And a generosity that never runs dry. Sunrise
For you, my dear friend. Know I’m praying. God’s about to do something big.