The start of several chapters about the reign of Jehoshaphat. Compared to Kings, the book, there are only half the number of biographies, but much more detail.
He loves God, gets a lot of respect, the nation prospers. He looks after security, fortifying a number of the towns.
He’s set up as an average good king, the interesting stories will come in the next chapters.
I’m somewhat care worn. Running on without much inspiration. My musical project is going terribly.
I think I’ve perhaps been approaching music the wrong way, emphasising personal creativity rather than group music making.
Work is good but the uncertainty is nagging. It will probably go fine as in, I will probably have an ongoing role there, but we aren’t actually there yet, and the responsibility and implications for the family if it doesn’t work out are terrible.
I feel our relative poverty affects everyone every day, and there’s nothing I can easily do about it.
But you know, glad Jehoshaphat was a good king.