Body Hack 1.

At present we are doing a few things differently from standard. Firstly, we are not going to the box. At all. We are still members, and I still believe that a crossfit box is the safest place to lift heavy because a good coach keeps you within limits, but we are stressing our bodies in Continue Reading

Scrapbook

I need some motivation. Nothing like a few wormtounges and heretics trying to redefine biblical and the Bible. Gunner Q notes this among the Baptists. To Mark Dever, “Biblical” does not mean “pertaining to God’s Word”. “Biblical” means “I tricked you into taking me seriously”. “MY theology, MY understanding of the Gospel, but first, I Continue Reading

16 August 19

There are those who preach prosperity. The author of Hebrews did not. He preached persecution, referring to the former days — the sufferings and persecution that the Jews who were of Christ had suffered from almost the beginning. They had lost their property and possessions. Some had been killed. And they did not shrink away Continue Reading

Daybook

I do have advanced degrees, and work, and do advocacy within that — but this blog is anonymous, so I don’t talk about such. I do quote, with this observation: all three sons are finalizing (last papers) their degrees, and all three, though bright, have no intention of gaining advanced diplomas. University is a waste Continue Reading

15 August 19

One of the attacks we face, continually, is that our errors and our sins will damn us. This is not the case. Though we find ourselves falling into weaknesses under temptation, this is not what will damn us. The preacher said on Sunday “if temptation was ugly it would not work. Temptatinn looks beautiful”. We Continue Reading

14 August 19

41 Peter said, “Lord, are You addressing this parable to us, or to everyone else as well?” 42 And the Lord said, “Who then is the faithful and sensible steward, whom his master will put in charge of his servants, to give them their rations at the proper time? 43 Blessed is that slave whom his master finds Continue Reading

13 August 19

Josiah the King wanted to reform the quite corrupt and idolatrous practices of the royal court. He had survived the assassination of his father Amon, who is described as corrupt. But he found more than he bargained for. This is not the lectionary text, but it is the verses preceding it. 8 Now in the eighteenth Continue Reading