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There is no logical way to get from “He has no sense of humor about that issue” to “He is wrong about that issue”.
Here’s a good question to ask when considering spending money on your family: How cheaply can we live and still experience joy as a family and glorify God?
Sometimes I make notes to myself suggesting future blog posts topics. Recently I made this note:
“Ignorance still effective”.
Looking at it, I don’t know what I had in mind. Any ideas?
The Song “My Favorite Things” has been recorded on 35 different Christmas albums.
Also, the first 24 notes of the melody are Do, Re or So.
“The happy, optimistic lyrics—”Cream-colored ponies and crisp apple strudel”—are just a counterpoint and cover up an undercurrent of fear… the terror contained in the melody is still the dominant emotion”
Okay, going a little dark there, Wikipedia writer?
When I say, “Good Luck” I mean – “May it be so that God ordains that your fortune in this endeavor is good”.
Your bucket list should include only those things that you can’t do, or can’t do something like it but better, in heaven. You know, like missions trips.
Hello, Biblical language experts who are currently creating the next translation of the Bible – here’s my suggestion/plea.
Don’t use ‘Trespass’ or ‘Trespasses’ as a noun. No current day English-speaking person on earth uses Trespass that way. Only as a verb. You know, ‘To Trespass’.
I know, it’s too late for the ESV, but maybe we can prevent this from ever happening again.
Now you might be thinking, “Is this just because you’re trying to write a Fighter Verse song with the word ‘trespass’ in it? Multiple times?”
Why yes – and it’s a really difficult word to – I mean, THAT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IT!
Neither of these statements are logical:
I’m decent because I’m better than the worst person in the world.
I’m not decent because I’m not as good as the best person in the world.
I know almost nothing about this book:
… but I’m guessing this: There is a non zero number of people who look at symbol in the middle of the title and say to themselves, “Does ‘>’ mean ‘less than’ or ‘greater than’? Okay, let’s see. Is it an alligator mouth going for the bigger one … or is it a rocket ship pointed towards the bigger one? I can never remember!”
Also, some are wondering if there’s a rap poem in the foreword.
If you’re listening to a sermon and you think, “Boy, it sure would be great for [other person] to hear this”, this may be a thought suggested to you by Satan in his attempt to keep you from thinking, “I wonder how I should apply this sermon to my life?”
Most days walking into work I cross a fairly busy parking lot road. I always look both ways before crossing it, just like I tell my kids to do. I take some comfort in the fact that I’m not a hypocrite, at least with respect to this.
“I shouldn’t spend my time on this activity” doesn’t follow from “There will be no immediate value resulting from this activity.”
It’s been too long since I played Rook.
You have things pretty good, all things considered.
I always find myself doubting the sincerity of a person who claps while they laugh. This might be evidence of wrongful judging on my part.
You know that guy who is a failure in what you think is very important? God might be speaking to you through him.
Also the really smart guy who seems so pompous and has everything in his life so neat and tidy.
Also that person who has a worldview so different from yours.
Music helps you memorize. Go find out about the new Sermon on the Mount Fighter Verse Song CD.
It’s available on Amazon and iTunes.
Given how many times Jesus says to the disciples, “Oh you of little faith”, is there any chance he might say that to you or me if we told him about our activities, fears or goals?
Can I just say that I’m glad that the expression “First World Problem” has been invented and is in use?
Be hesitant to describe a family as being very hospitality minded, or to describe yourself as loving to have people over. Because everyone who hears your positive words and hasn’t been invited to the hospitable home will think, “Well, what’s wrong with me?”