Yesterday, I got to be a scribe.
For about 15 minutes or so...
The Bible Across America RV came to Huntsville yesterday and camped out at Mayfair. It was really cool to be a part this. The verse I wrote was 2 Samuel 17:15. It says:
"Hushai told Zadok and Abiathar, the priests, "Ahithophel has advised Absalom
and the elders of Israel to do such and such, but I have advised them to do so and so."
Random verse, yes. But I think it is funny that is says "such and such" and "so and so." And now I am intrigued. I plan on exploring 2 Samuel a little more. I don't think I know very much about what's going on here. Who knows, maybe I will discover something really cool here.
(Sidenote: Do any of you have any favorite stories from 2 Samuel?)
Here's a little info about the Bible Across America.
You can check out the website for more details.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible, the best-selling translation with more than 300 million copies in print, Zondervan has launched Bible Across America, a cross-country RV tour. Bible Across America features an RV, piloted by a four-person team, that is traveling across the continental United States, making stops at churches, universities, retail stores and special events where people are invited to contribute a verse to complete a handwritten Bible – America's NIV.