These days in So. Cal., and in my neck of the woods, a "rolling stone" rocks the news--but I don't think it's got the "moves like Jaggar."
A rock weighing in at 340 tons, by dark of night makes a move through the Southland to its new "digs", the Los Angeles Co. Museum of Art (LACMA). Found in a quarry in Riverside Co., one will be able to view it this summer at the museum; an exhibit called "Levitated Mass", created by artist Michael Heizner http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/levitated-mass
The media contributes to the "rock and road show." Traveling approximately 8 miles a night, the sideline groupies do not take this for granite (pun intended), following its progress each night on the local news.http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/LACMAs-Giant-Rock-Official-Move-Riverside-Glen-Avon-140899623.html
David, our Biblical editorialist also reported on a Rock. Follow his journey as you read the Psalms.
The Rock I call on doesn't move. It is not greatly shaken. My Rock is my strength, my refuge, my fortress (Psalm 18:2, 71:3).
He is my Rock and my salvation.(Psalm 62:6).
I remember, He is my Rock, my Redeemer (Psalm 78:35).
Its amazing to watch a rock of such great mass and the vehicle used to transport it, move a great distance.
Even more amazing; to allow THE ROCK to move in and through you on your own journey through the dark, creating in you, a museum piece worthy of His love.
Lord, you are the steadfast Rock on whom I cling. Blessed be the Lord, my Rock. Amen
P.S. As I write this, the LACMA rock is less than a mile from my house, waiting patiently until 11:00 tonight to start the move again. I saw it on my way home from work today.