Let’s begin the Roundup with danger this morning. Here’s a brief, thought-provoking post from my good friend Joey Sparks. He calls it “The Most Dangerous Three Letter Word.” You may have other ideas and Joey has left the comments section open.
Joe Palmer has a group of article on a terribly dangerous item among us. He writes on alcohol and offers some serious considerations for the Christian. Begin with “Why Not Drink” and move on to answer the question, “Does the Bible Forbid Drinking Alcohol.” I think you will appreciate these articles and a couple of other similar articles on the subject. Joe also has a take on insurance – stupid insurance. You will know what he’s talking about and can add a little something to your day by reading this article.
Adam Faughn has moved his blog to a WordPress platform which is a big plus. Visit his new site at Faughn Family of Four. Adam offers us some thoughts on Children and what children can learn. He mentions that children can learn to worship and I strongly agree. Don’t pull the children out of worship because that is how they learn. From my perspective behind the pulpit a disruptive child is of no concern. Take them out, correct the behavior and bring them back.
Scott McCown is busy in his office in Oakman, Alabama with a new post he calls “Top Ten Human Relationship Tips.” See if you can add a few in your life.
That’s going to wrap it up for this week. Be sure an attend worship services or prayer meeting tonight. The rest of your week will go so much better!
2 comments On Wednesday Blog Roundup for September 16, 2009
The Protestatn Reformation ws founded on good, german beer.
And in case you don't believe me…'Men can go wrong with wine and women. Shall we prohibit and abolish women? The sun, moon and the stars have been worshipped; shall we pluck them from the sky? See how much He has done thru me even though I just prayed and preach, the Word did it all. If I wanted to, I could have started a conflagration at Worms. But while I sat still and drank beer with Philip in Hahnsdorf, God dealt the papacy a mighty blow'. –Martin Luther
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