Monday, May 19, 2008

My favorite hymn

One of my favorite hymns is a song that, as it turns out, isn't a hymn at all. Its a popular song from Neil Diamond called "Forever in Blue Jeans". It has a wonderful message about how money doesn't sing and dance and how it's a real special feeling to have your wife right beside you and how you should be sure and wait until you're married to have sex. Ok. I made that last part up, but it's still a good idea to wait.

8 comments:

Calvin Broadus said...

I'm pretty sure that Neil Diamond is one of the 3 Nephites.

I'm still trying to figure out who the other 2 are. Some likely candidates include: Dick Clark, a hitchhiker that disappeared from my car after giving a mysterious warning to get my food storage in order, and Bill from accounting.

Any insight Bishop?

slackyhacky said...

hey Bishop Higgins,

What happened to the podcasts of Bro Samuelson? Those were the best part of the blog

Stephen Erastus Knudsen III said...

Dear Brother Higgins,

If that is your real name. I have read through many of your posts here, and the Spirit has whispered quite plainly (and preciously) that you are not a real bishop. It is innapropriate to pose as a real bishop and an insult to those of us who hope to become one someday. All I can say is for shame, dear brother. For shame.

Brother Burton said...

My favorite hymn is Welcome Welcome Sabbath Morning - it reminds me of getting up on a sweet Sunday morning, pouring myself a nice cup of coffee, and riding my bike to the circus.

{Le Petit Poulet/Dandelions & Daisies Photography} said...

That made me laugh out loud!

I love my bishop said...

Hey Bishop.
Pleas answer my question about the symbols on the garments that we wear.

Bishop Higgins said...

To I love my bishop: No.

Cambo said...

I've always wanted to hear the MoTab sing "Hot Blooded" by Foreigner. I think that would be very enriching.