Monday, September 22, 2008

Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays.

This guy has the ability to say words backwards very quickly. It's a rather entertaining interview with Johnny Carson, especially since the guy really sounds like Jay Mohr to me.


Read about Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson's radical plan for beating America's financial crisis. (HT Jade)

Check out these anti-theft plastic lunch bags.

Read some interesting thoughts on Experience and the Presidency.

Check out a video clip Timothy shares about his new friend ... Jesus.

Read about Obama's Top Ten Reasons for Voting against the Born Alive Infants Proection Act.

Read Christianity Today's article "Choosing Celibacy," a discouragement of seeing singleness as a problem to be solved.

Learn the difference between a model and a supermodel.

Read about Obama's only article in the Harvard Law Review ... advocating abortion rights. (HT Vitamin Z)

Read 10 Strange Facts about Albert Einstein.

Read Steve Camp's 7 false perceptions of biblical worship.

Learn the difference between e.g. and i.e.. "We will never understand why English abbreviations like BRB and LOL are derided as lazy, while Latin abbreviations are seen as the height of class."

Read 7 Simple Rules For How to Take A Nap.

Read about Coach Craig Jefferies pulling his Crimson Tide players off the field during the game in which they were pelted with racial epitaths ... in 2008, not 1958. (HT Reformed Blacks of America)

Learn the difference between Socrates, Plato, & Aristotle.

Read a collection entitled Around the Blog in 80 Seconds (great quotes edition) by Thabiti Anyabwile.

Read about 5 Traits of True Leadership.

Read A New Proposal for Racial Healing and Reconciliation, including some good action steps. (HT Lionel Woods)

Read about Florida police using a taser on a nude man walking his dog.

Read Michael McKinley's post at the IX Marks blog about a new church plant in his area asking, "Would you come to church if the music didn't s*ck?" This tops almost everything I've seen in church marketing.

Read the Washington Post story about some surprising findings about the mega church movement versus the small church. (HT Denny Burk)

Read Zach Nielsen's review of the 1st chapter (Is This Verse in Your Bible? by C.J. Mahaney) of Worldliness: Resisting the Seduction of a Fallen World.

Read How (Not) to Raise a Pharisee by Kurt Gebhards, pastor of children's ministries at Grace Community Church.

Read Stuff White People Like - The Onion.

Read 77 Keys to Living Well before You Die.

Read Tom Ascol's thoughts on the “challenges of and concerns about Calvinism in the SBC.”

Read as Justin Taylor shares some great thoughts from Martin Luther the King regarding the legislation of morality.

Read about drug dealers charging a fuel surcharge.

Read Ray Fowler's thoughts on Palin's prayer about the troops and presidential precedent in praying for God's blessing on American troops in hopes of doing His will.

Read 10 Tough Questions the Press Hasn't Asked Obama. (HT Brent Thomas)

Read Johnny Mac on a truly safe investment.

Read Jay Nordlinger's National Review piece "Something about Sarah," wondering why feminists hate her. (HT Tim Challies) "I have a friend who is both feminist and left-leaning. I asked her why they hate Palin so much. She said, 'Because she’s had it all: family, career. And she did it without a man like Bill Clinton helping her. She did it on her own.'"

Read Dan Wallace's Brief Historical Comparison of the NET, NIV, and ESV Bibles. (HT Conservative Reformed Mafia)

Read Al Mohler's article Power Outage--A Reflection on Our Electric Lives.

Bid farewell to Yankee Stadium.

Read Reepicheep's contention that the GOP is mishandling Palin's foreign policy deficiency.

Comment of the Week:
"You know what they say, 'Ignorance is bliss.' Then again, who are they, and why do they have so much to say? And furthermore, have you ever noticed how so much of what they say sounds like bad theology? And finally, where are they, because I have some questions for them?" (Sean Crowe)
Listen to yesterday's sermon at Providence Church on Ecclesiastes 1:12--2:26 "Trivial Pursuits"
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science."
-Albert Einstein

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5 Comments:

At 22 September, 2008 13:27, Blogger samurai said...

Yet another plethora of links and topics to try and follow up on! :-)

Thanks... :/

 
At 22 September, 2008 23:08, Blogger Jade said...

Looks like it wasn't only New Yorkers mourning over the lost of the House that Ruth built.

Here's also some great videos of the Paralympic olympics in Beijing which didn't get that much publicity (a real shame). These are truly the real American heroes since they sacrificed their bodies far more than your average USA Olympian. They did it not for their own glory but they sacrificed their bodies for our freedom.

 
At 22 September, 2008 23:11, Blogger GraceHead said...

AIG debacle has been in the works for a while.
Imagine you're praying over being ripped-off by an insurance company. Imagine that you have a unique gift so that God's voice often sounds audible to you, such that you can write down stuff that you hear word for word. How strange would it sound to be interrupted during your prayer to have God rant about how insurance companies are going to fail and the bigger they are the harder they will fall? Imagine again, that all of this happens years before anyone has heard of the looming financial crisis that is unfolding before our eyes. Well, as amazing as that all sounds it happened to a friend of mine, Timothy, on May 18, 2005 and it is published for anyone who is interested:

http://trumpetcallofgodonline.com/index.php5?title=The_Giants_of_This_World_Will_Fall...Stand_Not_in_Their_Shadow

**Excerpt**:
"The Giants of This World Will Fall...Stand Not in Their Shadow / Timothy, be wary of things of dishonesty and greed in nature of those in whom you have dealt. Those in whom you have dealt, greed is at the heart of that which they do. Nowhere is help or compassion found.You are a number, a mere sign of your dollar. They will fall and come to nothing. ... If I come and remove and destroy all things, which are and lead My people into vanity, what is left?...Your life and your free will to choose, to save it or lose it. Blessed are those, who lose their life in this world for My sake...they have their reward. Woe to those, who lose themselves in this world to keep their life...they are lost. Therefore, out of love, I will remove all obstacles from their path, so they may see Me clearly and run to Me, for I wait with arms open.
All must crumble, all must be shaken.
All must be removed, all foundations broken, all must be moved from their places.
All will be done as it is written, all will be divided.
All will stand naked before their Creator so they may choose...
choose life and love, My people!"
**end-o-excerpt**

Timothy did not know what to think of this at the time, but recent news has shed light on what he was told back then.

More recently, this letter has a few more details of the collapse:
http://trumpetcallofgodonline.com/index.php5?title=Recompense

Ripening for the harvest,
Trent

 
At 23 September, 2008 14:54, Blogger Timothy said...

Ynnug,
taht Ynnhoj Nosrac oediv saw tnellecxe. Sknaht rof gnirahs...
Sgnisselb

 
At 23 September, 2008 15:30, Blogger GUNNY said...

.sknaht, yhtomiT

sihT si redrah naht ti smees!


Jade,

It will be hard to imagine the Yankees not playing in the house that Ruth built.

 

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