In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of his appearing and his kingdom, I give you this charge: Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke, and encourage–with great patience and careful instruction. For the time will… Continue reading Uncomfortable Truths of the Bible – Part 1: Jesus Didn’t Just Preach Love!
Woo! My first blogging award! I woke up yesterday morning and discovered that this lovely blogger whose blog I plan on wasting hours on while browsing through every single post nominated me for the Liebster Award! Yay! Now, normally I’m not one for chain-letter-like things-and-such, but this is just sweet for everyone involved. I mean, some other… Continue reading A Puddle of Carbon-Based Glob Gave Me an Award!
Woo, it’s been a long time since I posted, and now it’s a pretty useless post. Yay! So you know autocorrect, that often strange and usually wrong thing on phones and computers that helps you spell words correctly? Yeah. Not always helpful. Now, I type fast, and often I spell simple words wrong. So autocorrect… Continue reading Why Autocorrect Sucks
When I was growing up, I was called bossy. I was called bossy a lot. A lot. Did it damage my self-esteem and make me less interested in a leadership role? Well, according to feminists, it sure did!
One of my favorite things to do is to draw pictures I find. Trying to copy the picture exactly is thrilling for me. Last week, I did this with a picture I found of Adam Davenport from Lab Rats. Take a look: Here’s the drawing in pencil before I colored it: And here’s… Continue reading Drawing Lab Rats – Adam Davenport
Because I really do suck at schedules. Anyway, to start off, let me say that the fire near our house was extinguished later that afternoon, and while we wound up with a lot of ash in our yard, nothing else happened. No one was hurt, and no structures were damaged. Praise the Lord! Now if… Continue reading I’m Back!
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Reflections on Theology of the Cross by Gerharde O. Forde The Cross means I must die The Resurrection means I will live again by God’s kindness if I have faith. The world is either heading toward the cross Or it has already been crucified All who are found to be on…