Archive for December 2007

12 Things To Do Online Before The End Of 2007

December 31, 2007

I know it’s the last day of the year, but you still have about 12 hours to get these things done today. Check it out.

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Merry Christmas

December 25, 2007


It’s Christmas morning and I am first of all thankful for another chance to celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ. I’m thankful for the gift of Jesus Christ. I’m thankful for the gift of the Holy Spirit. I’m thankful for the gift of eternal life. I’m thankful for a loving family. I’m thankful for a warm home. I’m thankful for a good job, a working car, and clothes to wear. I’m thankful for a reasonable portion of health and strength. I’m thankful for the ability to put these words together and being able to glorify God yet again. I know this kind of sounds like it should have been written on Thanksgiving, but hey, I’m thankful and it just happens to be Christmas day today. May you all be blessed and have a very Merry Christmas.


Forget Evian or Vitaminwater: Holy Drinking Water

December 12, 2007


(My comment – Can you believe this? I’m all for promoting Jesus Christ, but this may be going a little too far, then again…)

Spiritual Water is purified municipal water, sold with 10 different Christian labels. The Virgin Mary bottle, for example, has the Hail Mary prayer printed on the back in English and Spanish.
It is blessed in the warehouse by an Anglican or Roman Catholic priest.

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The Passion of Kirk Franklin

December 11, 2007

A personal heart felt interview with Kirk Franklin. This will open some eyes and prayerfully heal some wounded souls.

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Slot Machines for the Young and Active

December 11, 2007

A new class of slot machines, aimed at attracting younger players who grew up with video games, is demanding something more than the ability to pull a lever — skill.

read more | digg story – Commentary: Death and Whoopi’s Taxes

December 10, 2007

(My comment – This makes a lot of sense to me.  Why are we not doing this already?)

Double taxation offends the average American’s sense of fairness.

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The Golden Compass Controversy

December 5, 2007

I’ve been hearing and reading a lot about some swirling controversy from Christian groups who don’t like how the church is portrayed in the movie “The Golden Compass”.  Since I have not read the book and I don’t really know the story it is hard for me to pass judgement or have an informed opinion.  However, as a Christian I oppose anything that mocks or blasphemes my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  I just don’t know if this movie falls into that category.  The only thing I have seen of the movie is the polar bear fight trailer that I saw on a website banner ad.

Can you, my readers, help me understand what all the fuss is about?  I have included a link HERE to a story that I saw on Yahoo that might help you with the details. Please leave your comments.

No Charges In The MySpace Suicide Case

December 4, 2007

Over the past few weeks I have seen several stories about the case about a young girl, named Megan Meir, who at the tender age of 13 committed suicide after receiving a message from a boy who she thought was named Josh.  As it turns out the boy didn’t exist and was a fictional person some one else made up.  You can read all about it by clicking HERE.

When you read the story you will see that there are some serious ethical issues at hand here.   It looks like some adults conspired to deceive this young lady and because of their actions, she killed herself.  Now the prosecutor is saying that the adults didn’t break the law, they just played a tragic trick on the young lady and that is not illegal, but in my opinion, it is unethical.  What do you say?   No matter where you stand on this issue please keep all families involved in prayer.