It’s Friday the 13th, so I was going to write about chasing black cats, throwing salt over my shoulder and running under ladders, but I realized I already did, so I guess I shouldn’t tempt fate.
Of course, now I don’t have anything to write about, because I have exhausted the fun of the day. Maybe I should do another rerun and bring up the Friday song again.
So fitting with the superstition of the day I decided to “roll the dice” and pick a verse of the day that was 5/13. I started with Proverbs, but that was a little awkward,
13 I would not obey my teachers
or turn my ear to my instructors. (Proverbs 5:13, New International Version)
So I rolled again in Pslams but that did not exist and then jumped to Matthew the start of the New Testament and found this:
13 “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot. (Matthew 5:13, New International Version)
Be Salt today!