Blessing the Everyday

Psalm 148 has that sense about it, too. The Psalmist stands in the midst of everything that God has made – a part of it – and listens as every bit of creation sings to God – from the heights, from the depths, sun, moon, angels, stars, sea creatures, cattle lowing, flying birds, lightning, hail, snow, clouds, cedars, mountains, oceans, kings, queens, young, and old – each and all singing with one voice, one song – the song echoed in another Psalm: “The earth is God’s and everything in it.”
The blessing of Celtic spirituality carries with it this sense…

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