Because we were made to resonate the sounds of our Creator, but sadly, many of us lack the skills to cultivate this intrinsic ability. To be described as resonant something must not only have the capacity to resonate but must be free of dampers, any factors that would mute resonance. We want to offer a myriad of tools that will help our members and subscribers develop their ability to resonate with what God is doing all around them.
Because every day we must be aggressively developing this ability. When we let it lie dormant, or even unprotected, things begin to creep in which hinder our ability to resonate. Our intent is to offer different, fresh perspective and tools 6 times a week, with the seventh day being a day of rest for the service and our members/subscribers, while even then applying what we are learning and experiencing together.
Why Tuesday and Thursday?
This is our beginning point. For years Tuesday Tunings have been offered at another blog of mine. [You can check out that archive here.] I took a break a few years ago to let this rest while God was germinating within me this new endeavor. I drew that early inspiration from the writings of a dear friend of mine which he penned under the moniker Thursday Thoughts. He has graciously given me permission to use that name. Thanks David!
What about the other days?
Well, we had to start somewhere and these seemed the most logical. I plan to model these, and the eventual Wednesday and Friday installments around the first part of The Greatest Commandment, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” Mark 12:30. So, Tuesday Tunings/heart, Wednesday ?Wonderings/soul, Thursday Thoughts/mind, and Friday ?Flexings/strength. We will fill in those other days ASAP. It is also my intent to honor the other part of the the Commandment, “Love your neighbor as yourself” Mark 12:31, with a Saturday installment that helps to direct our love toward others. Finally, Monday Musings will offer some creative opportunity to reflect on what the Lord spoke to us on our day of rest.