In the heavens God has pitched a tent for the sun.
It is like a bridegroom coming from God’s pavilion.
It is like a champion rejoicing to run his course.
The sun rises at one end of the heavens and makes its circuit to the other.
Nothing is hidden from its heat.
When seen, we feel the sun’s heat. Unseen, we still feel its heat.
The sun be above all. Skipper’s Son also be above all.
The sun comes like a bridegroom.
Skippers’s Son comes ter us as our bridegroom, fer we, his Church, be his bride.
(John 3:29) (Matthew 9:15) (Mark 2:19) (Luke 5:34) (Revelation 22:17) (2 Corinthians 11:2) (Luke 5:35) (John 2:9) (Revelation 19:7) (Mark 2:18) (Ephesians 5:25-27) (Matthew 9:14-15)
The sun rejoices in its daily run.
Skipper’s Son rejoiced when his work on the cross whar completed, fer his joy was complete.
(John 15:11) (Luke 15:5-7) (John 17:13) (Hebrews 12:2)
Nothing is hidden from the sun.
Nothing is hidden from Skip’s Son.
Nothing is hidden from the sun’s heat.
Nothing is hidden from Skip’s Son’s intense heat.
Praise be that the sun that warms man and the earth and provides us with life-sustaining warmth.
Praise be that Skipper’s Son provides us with eternal life through his shed blood on the cross.
May we look up at the heavens, see the sun, and praise Skipper fer his Son, our Lord and Savior.