Tuesday 21 March 2006

The High School

About once a month I do morning assembly at 'The High School' in Rathgar. I have to say that I really enjoy it. It's one of my favourite areas of ministry. I pretty much just do a short thought for the day to try and relate some aspect of God or the Christian faith to life, but I find it an immense privilege. The students are great.

Anyway, today for my thought I mentioned this blog and shamelessly promoted the address. I have this feeling that no one else reads my blogs (except for my wife) so I used the thought of feeling like no one notices you - but God does.

Here's a great verse from Psalm 8

"When I consider your heavens,
the work of your fingers,
the moon and the stars,
which you have set in place,
what is man that you are mindful of him?"

I'm doing the assembly again for the junior half of the school. We'll see if anyone notices...


megan rayner said...

heard you in assembly this morning!!!!!!!!!

Conor Barry said...

I have to say that I enjoy your visits to the high school more than any other visitor we get. This is probably due to the fact that you like doing it so it's not a strain. Keep up the good work. The general consensus among the school is that you're the best speaker so be proud of that fact.

Nicole said...

Hey. I have to say I love when you come to HS. You're probly my favourite person who attends regularly. Go you. :) God Bless xx Nicole

a-big-hunk-o-junk said...

i heard you in assembly at least 4 ppl have seen ur blog mister so u are loved by other ppl than god , we know god loves us all deep down, just sometimes u 4get
urs Cli
god bless u dude!!!xxx

shuna said...

hi, only now managed the time to visit your blog spot. Well done and keep up the good work!! Good to see others have visited. Shuna

guy said...

hey i really like your whole sing aloud thing cos it cheers you up no matter what. i was walking home alone in the lashing rain today and i thought i can sing and it made me feel so much better

Cosmo said...

Hey there everyone! Thanks so much for your comments. It really makes me smile to read them and pleased to know that you enjoy my visits to quite possibly the best school around!

Keep enjoying life!

Grace & Peace