Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Most of the time, I see an interesting headline, click on it, (what the hell) and skim the article to see if it's worth the read. Usually it's not, so I go on to the next one.
Here's some interesting headlines from today:
Blackberry addiction 'similar to drugs'...
"Crackberry" addicts are addicted to the illusion of importance - those little devices are the pocket protectors of the 21st century. Just like those Bluetooth headsets.
Psycho Killer Raccoons Terrorize Washington Town...
I just had to read that one... that's some mean 'coons...
Karr's Mother Tried to Kill Him, Family Friend Says...
Even she didn't like him
Teacher Burns American Flags To Motivate Students...
Yeah - that's motivating me...
Professor Says Liberals Face A 'Fertility Gap'; Not Having 'Enough Children'...
The gene pool is diluted, er, deluded.... well anyway, that's less votes in the future - how long before they eventually become extinct?
Rap music blamed for teen pregnancy...
And all this time I thought it was because they were having unprotected sex....
But my FAVORITE headlines today were:
PARAMOUNT severs ties with Tom Cruise...
Behavior of star 'unacceptable'...
big surprise... now let's axe Barbara Striesand, Charlie Sheen, Alan Alda, Pamela Anderson, Michael Moore, Spike Lee, Jane Fonda, Danny Glover, Susan Sarandon, Ben Affleck, Sean Penn, et. al.
Thursday, August 17, 2006
Why do we as Americans have an obsessive curiosity for details about things that are intensely private concerning the death of another family’s loved one? The tragic murder of Jon-Benet Ramsey, while shocking and sad, is, frankly, none of my business. I didn’t say “concern, “I said “business.”
My granddaughter is a year younger than she was when she was brutally murdered. Had it happened to my granddaughter instead of Jon-Benet, I would be intensely protective of any news that would be released. The MSM, in a frothed frenzy for sensational news, seem to think they have the right to broadcast personal details concerning her death, her admitted murderer, and her family. And they complain about lawyers and politicians being barracudas and wolves….
I don’t need to hear about this man’s admission of the sickening details of this poor child’s death. It literally turns my stomach when I read headlines of what he supposedly did to a 6 year-old child. If I was her grandfather or father, I would have already flown to
I haven’t and can’t bring myself to read the news articles, when scanning the headlines tells me more than what I want to know. Drudge Report had 6 headlines linking to stories. I went to one of the news articles that had 7 links to related stories, 2 video links, and 3 more related links. I feel even worse for the family because of the invasion of privacy the MSM thinks they have a right to.
OK – all I need to know is that she was murdered, it was sickening what happened, and they caught the guy who admits he did it. Now make sure he gets what he has coming to him. Don’t publicize it – I don’t need to know all the details. Just tell me when he’s executed so I can pray her family has peace.
Saturday, August 12, 2006
- bible study for boys on fear courage (Google)
- "become an investment advisor" and cpa (Google)
- bible study hard heart (Google)
- FISHERS OF men artwork (Yahoo)
- Bible Study on being refreshed (Google)
- seinfeld bible study (Yahoo)
- barbeque for 40 people (Google)
- five fold ministry in tucson (Google)
- 20 something mens bible study (Google)
- Cool Men's Bible Study Cards (Yahoo)
Here are the weird ones though:
bible chicano glory (Google)
(I had a pastor that used to call me the “Chicano glory”)
chihuahua dingo (Google)
(What the h……???? What exactly are they looking for? Is there really such an animal?)
"my daughter's panties" (Google)
(Sick bastard…I hope you at least learned something when you dropped in.)
barrio bebe lowrider (Yahoo)
And probably the one that’s the weirdest…
flyers Bible Study liberal (Google)
(I have NO freakin’ idea…)
Friday, August 04, 2006
I'm of the opinion that it is not GREAT faith that moves mountains - at least not OUR great faith...Rather, God's great faith.
I was thinking this morning that when it comes to faith, my role is to simply believe that God can do something, and then watch Him do it. My faith is in what God can do and it doesn't matter how much I can't do. (OK, a bunch of analyticals just blew a gasket on that one.) What I mean is, if my level of faith is based on what I know is possible for God, then all I have to do is believe He can and will do it and He will act according to what His will is. I don't always know His plan, but I do know this:
“ For My thoughts are not your thoughts,
Nor are your ways My ways,” says the LORD.
“ For as the heavens are higher than the earth,
So are My ways higher than your ways,
And My thoughts than your thoughts.
“ For as the rain comes down, and the snow from heaven,
And do not return there,
But water the earth,
And make it bring forth and bud,
That it may give seed to the sower
And bread to the eater"
My fears, uncertainties, and insecurities, although real emotions, are second to the truth. God has my best in mind.
Wednesday, August 02, 2006
We can't control what's not in our control. We can't force life to do what we want all the time.
Life is not perfect.
We just have to do like we always have, and trust God that He'll get us through.
And He does.
Because we really don't have control.