I wanted to post this today, 09-09-09, at 9:09... didn't make it. But it is an interesting date.
Each day I get an e-mail from Merriam-Webster OnLine - the word of the day.
I get this so I can try to keep up with Bro. Larry.
Today's word was "ennead."
: a group of nine
Surely Bro. Larry won't use "ennead" in a sermon. Really! Who would ever use it? Here is the example sentence from MW.
Immediately following the show, viewers will be able to call or text in their votes for their favorite among this ennead of remaining contestants.
Can you hear Ryan Seacrest saying that sentence on American Idol? I don't think so.
Picture this: Sunday morning, introduction of Psalm 113 as the passage for the day. Bro. Larry says, "the ennead verses is Psalm 113 speak of the majesty of God and of His willingness to condescend to us to help the poor and needy."
Ennead comes to us from the Greek. I think they should have kept it.
Hahaha! I try to always remember to hi spell check before I post to my blog. Ennead showed up as a misspelled word. Hmmm.