TGIF

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6 Responses

  1. Xenia says:

    A very good TGIF.

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you, Xenia!

  3. JTK says:

    A Strong’s Concordance, Olive Tree or e-sword have done wonders for me being informed.

    Still saves my sanity, life, family and those I minister to on a regular basis.

    When I picked up those tools to figure out what the Bible said about the “end times” (looking up “rapture,” “temple,” “antichrist(s),” “tribulation” and more), I saw everything differently than the websites I’d read or books I’d been handed.

    My wife, in changing channels, saw a certain Texan preaching, with his complicated charts. Which virtually every time we passed him on that channel was his topic du jour. She commented, “Once you start preaching on the end times (pin the tail in the antichrist etc), everything else in the Bible seems boring, so he stays on that.”

    Treats with no real meal. Or worse.

  4. Cash says:

    What if God really did take the treats away? I think of our homes and our possessions and the things we so take for granted. What if the U.S. economy collapsed? It causes me great anxiety to think of these things until I remember to …Consider the lilies. He’s promised to give us what we need. We may have a very different idea as to what we need, but He knows. And that brings comfort to a panicky soul.

  5. Eric says:

    The cats I used to live with would normally eat whatever they were given, in a hurry, as if it would disappear in a minute.

    Things in print are not necessarily better than those online. Usually something in print has been thought through more and edited well. Much stuff on the web is discussion of current stuff rather than digging deep into a topic. Otoh publishing things online signifies wanting to get it to people freely while print publishing is done with an eye to making money.

  6. Xenia says:

    All the really good stuff is in the public domain and free to read online.

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