I awoke this morning to the loud chirping of birds. I went and looked outside. It seems they found my new feeders! I took a few pictures this morning, but they weren't really how I was hoping they would turn out.
I will be getting a new 300mm telephoto lens for my camera for Christmas (a few people are combining their money for it). Hopefully, I'll be able to zoom better then. I posted a picture in the artists/photographers thread in anything goes of one picture I took. You can click
So today, I logged into the forum this morning and I notice I had 4 personal messages about my blog posting.
It is interesting to me that whenever someone is not in agreement about what someone else says they immediately go on the attack. How sad it is that people defend their lack of church attendance by attacking those that do. To boot, they defend it as their right to not attend church and use the Bible to support this weak and ill-placed argument.
Listen up. If you
Your sacrifice has set us free
So why are we afraid
That every time we go astray
Another step is made
Towards the abyss that is hell
A place of fire and death
Should we tread so carefully
And always hold our breath
Or be allowed to be ourselves
Why does the media news make such a big deal over "Black Friday". Yes it is the kick off to the Christmas shopping season, but so what. In my opinion all it does is promote the materialism of the American society.
In my opinion what this country needs is a bit of grounding. People need to realize they can't buy their kids love with a neat toy or gadget. What is needed is getting back to what the season is all about. The country I live in, America, needs to put Christ back
I have noticed, as of late, a tremendous amount of questions about the validity of being part of a church. Questions like; “Why should we attend church” and “why do you go to church” and “Why would I go to church”, and so on and so forth.
I met a gentleman this week that has been coming to our new church plant since its inception 6 months ago. As a young boy he attended church until at the age of 22 he decided he had enough of the hypocrisy from the platform. His own words still echo