Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays.
Some good bull video for your Monday. (HT Chris Brauns) Check out its remake as well.
Read Rediscovering the Barber Shop and why males should go there instead of a "beauty salon." (HT Lance)
Read Rev's essay that won him front row tickets to Merle Haggard and a picture with the icon: Why I'm American Proud.
Read as Heath Taylor explains how God uses potty training for his sanctification.
Check out 7 gadgets James Bond covets.
Check out Tenth Presbyterian's Spiritual Health Survey, a good exercise to asses sanctification. (HT Colin Adams)
Read a quick hit from Martin Luther on Christ's actions toward sin, law, death, and His people.
Check out Timothy's Monday round up for comics, including some good political cartoons.
Check out C.J. Mahaney on Leadership + Family Vacations (part 1).
Read as John Piper asserts that a Love for Missions Starts at Home.
Read as Johnny Mac addresses the question of whether or not Satan knows our thoughts.
Check out the important points Chris Brauns emphasizes in his letter to the graduates in his church.
Read about the GCSE music exam accidentally having the answers printed on the back.
Read Brandon O'Brien on Defending Depravity, including some good quotes from Chesterton & Herman Melville.
Read about kids who found a hand grenade while picking up trash.
Read Dan Edelen's thoughts on the Strange Fire in Florida.
"2. There’s no fool like a charismatic fool. And I say that as a charismatic. Too many charismatics drink from poisoned wells only to clutch their guts in pain later, asking what went wrong."
Read about cancellation of the special German nude flight.
Read some Memorial Day thoughts from Noel Piper, the Rev. Dr. James Galyon, Al Mohler, Jeff Wright, Rush Limbaugh, and Logan's suggested movies.
Read about the new Indiana Jones movie upsetting the commies.
Read about Women in Combat and a (subtle?) change in Prince Caspian from the book to the movie.
Read a good collection of articles from Doug Moo on Jesus, Paul, and the Mosaic Law.
Read as Johnny Mac addresses the issue of whether or not Christians can be demon-possessed.
Read about Singapore banning a whole 2 pornographic websites!
Read as Jay Bennett asks, "How are the benefits of Christ’s atonement acquired?"
Read about the Austin court's decision that Texas Department of Family and Protective Services officials had no right to seize more than 400 children from the ranch.
Read about the man stealing the water pipes from public restrooms.
Read as C.J. & Carolyn Mahaney answer the following: How do parents engage in gospel-centered parenting with children who are too young to comprehend the message of the gospel? (HT Vitamin Z)
Read about the woman who got so fed up with whistles from construction workers that she took off her clothes. I guess she showed them.
Read Stuff White People Like #100: Bumper Stickers.
Read Lance's thoughts on public rebuke (cf. 1 Tim 5:20).
Read about 31,000 scientists rejecting the "Global Warming."
Read about the lost parrot who was able to tell the vet his address.
Read Tim Kang's lessons to be learned from tragedies.
Read about the Missouri car dealer offering a free handgun with every vehicle purchase.
Read about twins graduating as valedictorians together.
Comment of the Week:
"I am concerned - of the four trees planted at my house, three are dead (not including dead Christmas tree in the backyard). I hope there is no spiritual significance to the dead trees, but gazing upon the dead tree, I cannot help but think of Jesus' teaching on the bad tree which bore no fruit being cut down and burned - why encumbereth the ground? So, the dead tree in my yard is a good reminder to persevere in sanctification. Sadly, my HOA doesn't care about that and wants it replaced." (Oilcan)Listen to yesterday's sermon at Providence Church on Philippians 2:12-13, "I Like the Way You Work It."
"I write down everything I want to remember. That way, instead of spending a lot of time trying to remember what it is I wrote down, I spend the time looking for the paper I wrote it down on."