I joined a local gym today.
At the gym today, I did two arms workouts. It was an "arms day".
I plan for tomorrow to be a "legs day".
I plan to go by the formula of: an "arms day" one day and a "legs day" the next day, back and forth.
The idea is to give a whole day for the muscles in one part of the body to heal.
This week I was able to visit a city and do some walking around. The parking garage was a distance away from the destination so I was able to walk several blocks to the area I was to visit. While walking, I had crossed a street and an older lady was standing on the curb on the side I crossed over too. She asked, “Has the light changed so I can cross?” Or something like that. I looked up and saw only a stop sign. I looked down at the cane she had and saw that it was a white cane with a red end. Not
Originally Posted by Itinerant Lurker
Would anyone who had the power to save hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women, and children from being shot, tortured, beaten, raped, and hacked to death with machetes but chose to do nothing be considered moral? Of course not, but god apparently gets a free pass simply for being god. This strikes me as nothing short of heinous.
When something good happens, then god is good; when evil occurs, god is inexplicably mysterious. Better yet, god charitably declines to intervene
Proverbs 14:29, “Whoever is slow to anger has great understanding, but he who has a hasty temper exalts folly”
Galatians 5:15, “If you bite and devour one another, beware lest you be consumed by one another”
Anger is one of the most paralyzing emotions we have. When we get angry it seems like there is nothing else happening in the entire world other than what just took place to make us so mad. It consumes us and many times we fly off the handle
First an online KJV bible. It has a great search feature.
Also an online Strong's concordance.
And an online Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary.
Updated Jan 19th 2013 at 03:21 PM by nzyr