If racing against mere men makes you tired, how will you race against horses? If you stumble and fall on open ground, what will you do in the thickets near the Jordan? (Jeremiah 12:5) Read: Jeremiah 12:1-14:10, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-2:8, Psalm 79:1-13, Proverbs 24:30-34 Relate: It has been a rough couple days. A teacher friend back in the States as…
The problem is not just that we are prone to do evil. The problem is that we embrace evil as good and celebrate our sin as something worthy to be praised.
I have a dragon in my garage. No really, I do… really… I’m not lying.
Men are men and they do whatever needs getting done and they don’t walk around with a hand out. They don’t whine about their lot. And they certainly don’t ever show that they are not able to do it on their own.
Having a good thing is not always a good thing.
Why on earth would someone be willing to pay four times more for the same exact thing just to have a stupid little logo added on?
What is obviously, blatantly true with regards to phone games and classroom decorations is just as true with other things for which people are deadly serious. Honestly, fifty years from now it won’t much matter which… person… is elected president in the coming American election.