I am honestly not much of a blogger but I do keep a journal at home and this can't be very different. I will probably be mixing languages (Afrikaans and English). For those who will be reading this, if you can't understand and you really want to, I will translate it for you, or some of the other Afrikaans speakers can translate for you. Just leave a comment. That's what I normally do when i write random things. I have alot to write about. I think alot. Sometimes I think too much actually. So much
Today is the sixth monday that my wife and I have been separated, and for some reason I cant stop obsessing over that fact. It doesn't help that she is out of town and hasn't checked in once to let me know she is okay. I don't know what I expect from her but a little communication would be nice, and I don't think it is asking to much. I really felt like we were getting somewhere last week, but now I am second guessing everything. I pray to God for patients and understanding in this, but for some
Gen 41:1-13; 1 Cor 4:1-7; Mark 2:23-3:6
Notes: Pharoah dreams, but no one can interpret his dreams. His cupbearer finally remembers the man in prison who interpreted his dream, and tells Pharoah of his presence there.
Outstanding passage: 11-13
11 Each of us had a dream the same night, and each dream had a meaning of its own. 12 Now a young Hebrew was there with us, a servant of the captain of the guard. We told him our dreams, and he interpreted them for us, giving
Updated Feb 17th 2008 at 12:01 AM by judi<>><
OOOPS! Looks like I posted on the readings for the 15th on the 14th! Let's try again... (I wondered why we skipped Potiphar's wife....)
Gen 39:1-23; 1 Cor 2:14-3:15; Mark 2:1-12
Notes: In Egypt, Joseph becomes the slave of Potiphar. He works diligently, and the LORD blesses his work. Potiphar eventually turns over the running of his household to Joseph.
Potiphar's wife tempts Joseph, but he refuses to betray his master or his God, so she
A few days ago I was asked to pickup a box of donuts for work while on the way in. I'm not one to passup on great donuts from a local family bakery, so I stopped and got the box.
Today, one of the office workers gave me $2.50 to pay for a share of the donuts. I took the money even though I really didn't plan on receiving any sort or payback. We all bring in various foods and stuff for everyone to enjoy.
So, now I have $2.50 in quarters and joked with my friends since