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  1. a pattern I have noticed

    Quite a few times lately, I've found myself thinking, "It won't hurt to let my guard down just a little bit, for just a little while.".

    Every time I've done this, I've ended up doing something I shouldn't have done.

    Let me tell all of you from experience:

    It WILL hurt to let your guard down just a little bit, for just a little while.
  2. The Prince of Peace.

    The Prince of Peace.

    Isaiah 9:6
    For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

    I think it would be unfair for me not to share why this scripture means something to you and I. Honing into this story involving my wife and I, a couple of nights ago when my wife became agitated, we were in bed and I prayed ...

    Updated Sep 27th 2012 at 06:46 PM by Amencorner

  3. Time Line Bond.

    Time Line Bond.
    From my weekly reflections by Amencorner

    When this title "time line bond" came to me I thought whats this all about.

    My personal time line started in 1948 and my first bond was with my Mother, talking about Mothers my wife and I made an important bond with the church, likened unto a Mother.

    The Bible talks about the important family time line of Jesus, and the importance of said, right up to his birth in ...
    Tags: bond., line, time
  4. ad hominem arguments

    Ad hominem arguments basically go along the lines of "Person X has some kind of flaw, therefore he or she is in the wrong on issue X.".

    I often see sin in a person's life being used as an ad hominem argument.

    Another thing I see, closely related, but not exactly the same, is an unsaved person being unsaved being used as an ad hominem argument.

    This gets into all kinds of things.
  5. The NIV, what you should know

    This is basically an information post for those who care about this stuff. This is also why I have restricted posting on this subject not to cause a fuss. So to those who would be interested in knowing this about the NIV.


    The NIV had homosexuals on the translation committee. Dr. Virginia Mollenkott is an open homosexual. Which makes me wonder why she was allowed to be on the committee. You can read more about this here: ...
    Tags: niv