Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Career Day at Church

Just so we're clear, I stole this post from last weekend's Edmonton Journal, as supplemented by an internet search. I don't want anyone to think I know the Christian hymnal so well that I could come up with these on my own. Anyway, here are some job-appropriate hymns for the following professions:

Crown Him With Many Crowns

Weather Forecasters:
There Shall Be Showers of Blessings

Building Contractors:
The Church's One Foundation

Holy, Holy, Holy

There's a Green Hill Far Away

Standing on the Promises

Open My Eyes That I Might See

Government Tax Agents:
I Surrender All

Send the Light

I've Got a Mansion

Massage Therapists:
He Touched Me

The Great Physician

In the Hour of Trial

Ten Thousand by Ten Thousand

Dry Cleaners:
O For the Faith That Will Not Shrink

Come, Labor On

Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

Abide With Me

Rock of Ages

All Things Are Ready, Come to the Feast

Census Takers:
All People That on Earth Do Dwell

Airline Pilots:
Nearer, My God, to Thee

Yes, it's a slow day here at the She Who Seeks blog and inspiration has run a little thin. Thank you for your patience.


jaz@octoberfarm said...

hehehe...a morning smile!

mxtodis123 said...

Those are pretty cute...especially the airline pilot. LOL!!!

Snap said...

Wonderful! Thanks for borrowing from the Edmonton Journal....


i like the last one..ha

Laura said...

These are really fun Debra!

Judith said...

Oh sure, you can play this game with any hymnal during boring sermons, I have. And "How firm a foundation" is "The Girdle Hymn".

BugginWord said...

Judith wins! Can we just pretend I came up with something equally witty?

Miss Robyn said...

funny, funny, funny !!!!
it is ok to have a slow day.. actually more than one is ok!!
sending love always, R xo

L said...

Hahaha..."open my eyes that I might see", and "holy holy holy" made me laugh! Great post Deb. Liana.

Judy said...

Amazing how things can be transformed for entertainment...

Cat said...

What a day brightener...my hubby is a pilot, so I found the last one quite humorous :)

Judith said...

I lost your response to my blog from yesterday. It went down some terrible black hole!

Rose - Watching Waves said...

Those cracked me up, silly girl!

Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

Oh my goodness gracious!


Blueberry said...

I love those!
Time to brush my many crowns and go to bed.

Jeannette StG said...

Came from another blog -my daughter, then a teen, came home with the saying your shirt is (w)holy - some of these combinations on you list are priceless!