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I have returned home to South Florida after 5 days in North Texas and in the air between the two distinct regions. I enjoyed my time with my family out west, and I’ll start posting photos of my trip on Flickr (which will also cross-post here on the web site edition of this blog).

Due to maintenance problems my early-morning flight from Miami to Dallas left nearly an hour late – and that was enough to miss my connecting flight to Wichita Falls Texas. That gave me a 5-hour layover at #DFW instead of the expected 1-hour layover. That was plenty of time to enjoy an early-Lunch and read a book that I’ve been blessed with – “How To Worship A King” by Zach Neese.

Due to weather problems (fog) my mid-morning flight from Wichita Falls to Dallas left 3 hours late – completely wiping-out my expected 3-hour layover at #DFW. I walked briskly (and used Skylink) from Terminal B to C. As I was approaching the gate for my connecting flight to Miami they were already calling for all passengers in all groups to board. I barely made my connecting flight with minutes to spare.

I’ll be flying again in 41 days, and hopefully it will go much more smoothly and expected than otherwise.

Wherever you go and whatever you do – you will be blessed. (Deuteronomy 28:6 NLT)

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The Major’s Top 10 Hits – Week 84

Every Monday night I post my all-new Top 10 Christian hit music chart based on personal preference. Here it is – for the week ending Sunday September 23RD 2018:

  1. “Only Jesus” – Casting Crowns [# 1 last week / 4TH week on chart]
  2. “Who You Say I Am” – Hillsong Worship [3 / 9TH]
  3. “Do It Again” – Elevation Worship [2 / 21ST]
  4. “Even Then” – Micah Tyler [7 / 6TH]
  5. “Wherever I Go” – Dan Bremnes [8 / 12TH]
  6. “Known” – Tauren Wells [4 / 7TH]
  7. “Everything” – TobyMac [5 / 7TH]
  8. “You Say” – Lauren Daigle [9 / 4TH]
  9. “Survivor” – Zach Williams [- / 1ST]
  10. “Not Today” – Hillsong United [- / 1ST]

MercyMe falls off my chart this week with their long-running # 1 smash “Grace Got You”. It spent 24 weeks on my chart – 22 of them within the Top 5. It’s currently the # 2 hit of the entire year thus far. Last year “Even If” went to # 1 and spent 19 weeks on my chart.

Zach Williams returns with his 3RD hit in a row, and they all rhyme – “Old Church Choir”, “Fear Is A Liar”, and “Survivor”. His previous 2 hits made my Top 5. “Survivor” should do the same. I’ll be seeing him LIVE in concert in December !

Hillsong United return with their 3RD hit. Their 1ST hit “Wonder” spent 5 weeks at # 1 last year.

This concludes my 4 blogs this weekend. I’ll be back next weekend with all-new blogs on just Sunday (September 30TH) and Monday (October 01ST). Your likes, follows, and comments are always appreciated. Thank You for being part of my online ministry to share God’s Good News and win souls for Christ. Enjoy this week. I’m on Twitter @ChrisMDay, and I’m also the man behind the tweets for my church @LivingWatersHFL. May God bless you – always and forever.

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Sukkot (Feast Of Tabernacles) begins at sundown tonight, and our Lead Pastor Bob preached on it today with a sermon that made us hungry and thirsty for the LORD.


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The Major’s Top 5 Hits RETRO – 1998

Every Friday night I post the Top 5 of one of my classic hit music charts based on personal preference from either 10, 20, or 30 years ago (rotating each week). Here it is – for the week ending Sunday September 20TH 1998:

  1. “Take Me Away” – Mix Factory
  2. “Tearin’ Up My Heart” – ‘N Sync
  3. “Studio 54 Megamix” – Studio 54 All-Stars
  4. “I Want You Back” – ‘N Sync
  5. “The Way” – Fastball

3 of the 5 hits above were 3 of the Top 4 hottest hits of the entire year that was 1998. The other 2 of the 5 hits above … were deep house tracks.

Mix Factory’s “Take Me Away” is still a favorite of mine 20 years later. It’s received nearly 700 plays on my various iPod Shuffles over the past 11 years.

20 years ago this weekend deadly Category-4 (almost Category-5) Hurricane Georges was rapidly barreling through the Caribbean towards South Florida, and we prepared for the worst. It made one of its many landfalls directly over Key West as a 105 MPH Category-2. Damage was extensive from Key West To Key Largo and northward into Miami-Dade County and the mainland.


It’s halftime. I’ll be back on Sunday with Scripture, and then on Monday it’s my brand new Top 10 music chart. Enjoy your Saturday. Be safe. Have fun. Love all. Live life.