Comma – Oxford Comma

The Oxford comma represents commas separating a list in a sentence. “I will bring a sweatshirt, blanket, and thermos of hot chocolate to the football game.” The best part of an Oxford comma is the possibility of more, of an extra comma before the “and”. That’s the best part of a “comma” or “pause” with God. It opens the possibility to an EXTRA intentional moment with God – not just for us; but for anyone observing our lives too.