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Monday, November 30, 2009

November Finishes

It's a rainy day here today, but I posted on the Christian Forums and thought I'd put something here for anyone bored enough to look.
I am listening to them playing In Wonder by the Newsboys which they played for astronauts as a wake up song I read on the Newsboys' site.
For Cliff fans, William Hooper who has a Cliff Chart site apparently had pneumonia. Hopefully he will be well and back online soon.
Our cat that we adopted likes to play now, and she has actually been going into the cat cube lately. It seemed to take a couple of weeks or so...if not, it seemed like it.
We had a good Thanksgiving Day and ate a southern breakfast at church. We didn't have turkey though, we had Angus burgers! We did have some traditional things like pumpkin pie, and some things we ate the next day. I felt nauseated Thanksgiving night.
For the breakfast I ate a biscuit and gravy, one piece of bacon, scrambled eggs, a half a small piece of ham, some grits with milk. I also had orange juice, milk, and coffee....half a cup on two of those. They also served sausage and perhaps some other things I can't remember. Our table was mostly immigrants from other states like ourselves.
This Sunday we visited back at a church to hear a missionary guy. I don't give often to the familyfor their support, but I more give gifts sometimes especially for the kids.
I transplanted some sort of evergreen tree to a different spot in the yard/garden, but I have strong doubts about it surviving.
A new cat photo or two will be look to the right if you want to see!
Back to the interesting thing about the post I did today. It was interesting to see a Muslim's feelings about God's view of Himself being closer to right than even some so-called Christians. While perhaps he might have gone a bit far, it was very interesting. Of course my view of God from what's in the Bible is that He does care for His reputation and glory, but He also shows love and mercy. Jesus was God the Son in human flesh...He did humble Himself for both our sake and the Father's...for His glory. Still, the topic was about proselytizing in different religions, and whether it is required or not in people's religion. I indicated that I do care for people's souls. I'm not sure if I said everything I would have wanted or not, but if you want to have a look at the page:
I don't endorse the advertisements on the forum. Hopefully you can figure out which post was mine. I can't find anything that says I can't link this, so if I'm wrong let me know and I'll take it off.

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