,,,for those times when I have to preach on a lectionary text that doesn't light me up at all. Or when I'm so dry that nothing is happening on the page.
The exercise is an Old Testment exegesis paper that's due next week.
It's a passage I know well and love dearly (II Kings 2.1-15), and I've done a bunch of work on it (word study, historical analysis, literary analysis, reading commentaries). I've got a dozen pages of notes and disjointed draft paragraphs in the laptop, but everything I write reads like a Jif peanut butter ad.
So now I'm waiting for the Holy Spirit to drop some great ideas on my sorry head.
Sometime before the paper is due would be nice.
I wonder what kind of grade I'd get for a Jif peanut butter ad?