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It’s Just Me Saying, “Hello!”

Me

  Happy weekend! I am a little bit weary and unfocused, so I’m not going to say vast amounts. I finally finished reading “Gnostic America.” I’m glad that is behind me. It is a highly useful book, but a discouraging read. I will probably do a review of it on Amazon and GoodReads sooner or…

Continuing in Chapter 1

Bible Class, Books, Church

It’s true, we do take our time in studying God’s Word. It’s a treasure. It’s a delight. It’s a joy, well worth our time. We can snicker at ourselves when others tease us, saying things like, “By the time you finish going through I Corinthians, you’ve also read the entire rest of the Bible in…

2nd Sunday in Lent

Church, Sermons

  Second Sunday in Lent Text: Matthew 15:21-28 Rev. Christopher Hull Zion Lutheran Church, Tomball

1st Wednesday in Lent

Church, Sermons

First Wednesday in Lent Text: Psalm 6 Rev. Michael Daniels Zion Lutheran Church, Tomball, TX

Home from Church, but I will listen to the sermon later…

Back Pain, Books

Breathing issues and sciatic pain kept me home from church today. I don’t like that. It took me so long to learn that hearing God’s Word preached and receiving God’s extravagant gift of forgiveness is a treasure! I don’t ever want to take it for granted. I probably do take it for granted, I just…

I am dragging myself kicking and screaming into the 21st century by adding Google Analytics to this blog

This Website

I hate this. I don’t want to track every person who happens to stumble onto this website. I suppose that part of me feels like Of course, I would have to admit that I hated the movie. I thought that all the characters were working backwards and against themselves in reality. So, why do I…

I’ve Already Decided That One Productivity Tool Is Not Quite for Me

Tools, Work-Related

Every year, usually in early to mid-December, I start looking for tools to help me accomplish goals in the upcoming year. Some work well for me. Others seem better suited for other people. I have liked Trello for a couple of years, now. I like to use it as a “TODO” list thingy. It’s kind…

Wandering the Internet, Finding Doctrinal Treasures

Uncategorized

Looking back and looking ahead takes time. We get to refresh ourselves with joyous memories and hopeful plans. We can take time to grieve and mourn the broken places in our lives, as well as make plans to handle the rough patches that loom ahead. It’s what we do as humans. I am rejoicing in…

I do not like back pain…

Back Pain, Health

My usual routine for Sunday is to wake up about 6 AM and be in Bible class at 9:30 AM. Granted, MANY steps come between those two items on the agenda. They involve other people helping me. Sometimes I feel like an Apollo astronaut who needs the entire mission control staff to help me get…

quote from “Hammer of God”

Books

He had never taken theology very seriously. The great philosophers had interested him most. But in all of Leibnitz’ Theodicée he could not recall a single line that even remotely dealt with such things as this. As a matter of fact, he could eliminate everything he had ever read, with the possible exception of Concordia…

Lisa's bookshelf: currently-reading

Great Expectations
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