I’m going to write a free ebook for you guys! I’ve narrowed it down to two possible topics but need your input on which one you’d prefer. Basically, which of these would you say “absolutely yes, how do I download it?”
Questions are supposed to be a quest for truth but sometimes they’re designed to trip you up, which isn’t a good question. I’ve written about both before, but one type of question I haven’t examined yet: some questions are bad not because of malice but because they make a bad assumption.
Improv is all made up and the points don’t matter; that’s one way prayer ISN’T like improv. But other ways it is.
The intellect seeks truth and rejects falsehood. If an explanation fits the facts, it will make more sense. If it doesn’t, you have to jump through lots of hoops to make your explanation “fit.”
A funny thing happens when you play older video games: the non-player characters (NPCs) only have one line of dialogue. You can talk to them 20 times and they still say “welcome to Corneria!” every time. As far as conversations go, that’s not a good one.
Jesus commands us to love one another. It doesn’t mean we have to like one another, and in fact the depth of our love is shown to those we’re most at opposed, because that’s when we’re doing it solely because we love God and God loves them.
P.S. Be a hero today
If I had to sum up my Dominican Republic mission trip in one story: Miguel, a 5th-grade student, wanted me to eat his lunch instead of him. He didn’t know if I had any food and wanted to make sure I didn’t go hungry. Definitely the highlight of my trip.
If all we’re after is the spiritual high, we’re like a crack addict except Jesus is our “drug”. But He didn’t call Himself the “crack of life” and that’s not how He wants us to act either.
“And now, I’m going to destroy the world!” Cue villainous laughter. But seriously. Destroy the family and you’ll do a pretty good job of destroying the world.
A friend of mine asked me to “prove the Pope”. I decide a video would be a way better answer than just typing a bunch of things.