This is our journal of what we pray is our sojourn of life (Hebrews 11:8-10) along the narrow way (Matthew 7:14), even the old paths (Jeremiah 6:16), submitting to the Bible as a light unto both (Psalms 119:105). It is our prayer that these documented moments in our earthly time benefit whom God might choose to edify, but ultimately that God glorifies Himself through them.

Community Singing – December 2015

This past Lord’s Day we were able to meet to record the next set of Psalms from the psalter we use! It is always our prayer God glorify Himself in these things, and through us in whatever way He may!

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Psalms 41A-44F

Sue and I sing a Psalm each evening as part of our family worship. Interestingly, William our cat almost every single time if he is around, once we start singing, comes over to us from wherever he is and hops up onto the couch or Sue’s lap while we sing and just hangs out with us. It is near 100% that he joins us like this, so we thought we’d show you that fun nightly event!

Previous Psalms singings:

Psalms 1A-12B (minus 4B)
Psalms 4B & 13-18L
Psalms 19A-22E
Psalms 22F-24C
Psalms 25A-27F
Psalms 28A-31G
Psalms 32A-34D
Psalms 35A-37F
Psalms 38B-40F

We are always thankful to the Lord for granting us His word, and the opportunity to learn the Psalms in this manner! May these always be praises and prayers from our hearts, and we ask and thank Him for His condescending ear to hear them!

— David


  1. ~Brew~

    Always enjoy reading your Blog posts of you and Sue and your journeys thru this dimension in time.
    The cat knows good music when he hears it 🙂 I think the animals have more sense than most of the people I know.

  2. David and Susan Sifford

    Nice to hear from you Mr. Brew! Thanks 🙂 , and thanks for taking the time to say hello.

    We hope you are well!

    — David

  3. jenny

    Oh what a sweet fellow! We have five female cats that all have the sweetest personalities. A couple are good mousers, so that's a plus too. So glad to have found your blog (through Shannon at Nourishing Days and Mr. Bunker). It's so refeshing to read blogs of simple homesteads like our own, although we are not in a community setting such as yours. We do live in a wonderful rural area (in North Carolina) with great neighbors. God bless and thanks for sharing with us.

  4. David and Susan Sifford

    Hi jenny,

    Yes, he's a little neat little fury-friend to have around. Both he and Mimi do pretty well at their rodent-removing job, earning their keep, and we're thankful for that.

    Thanks for saying hello, and welcome! May God guide your path.

    — David

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