Monday, February 9, 2015

Monday Musings


The President:
If Christians who have been criticizing the president over the past seven years had been praying God’s will for America and in the man’s life, we would, undoubtedly, have a different America today.   And what if we added some fasting with our prayers?

The Next Election:
It’s not too early to begin praying and fasting for the 2016 elections.

The Christian Post:
How disappointed I have been with my blog on the CP!  So much so, I believe I will tell them to remove it from their roster.

White Privilege:
A young lady wrote a piece about “white privilege” in UNA’sFlorala.  I have written a rebuttal.  I am not sure if I will post it.  If so, I may have to edit it a bit.  Would you be interested in reading it?

Ethnic Food:
Yesterday, I ate only two meals:  one in a Chinese restaurant, the other in a Mexican restaurant.  For some reason, I have a little heartburn this morning.

Memory:
Is it just me, or it scripture memorization hard for everyone?  I wonder if it will help my memory in general?  It could use some help.  

Sudoku:
I have finally learned to like working those silly numbers puzzles.  I’ve always enjoyed puzzles, just not that one so much. 

A to Z Blogging:
April is coming!  I have already signed up for the April A to Z Blogging Challenge.  If you are a blogger, you may want to, as well. 

Facebook:
I am planning to remain completely Facebook Free for the entire month of March.  Anyone interested in joining me?  (I plan to write some of the A to Z posts during the “break.”)

March FB Break Issue:
Who's going to post my blog posts on Facebook while I'm on break?   ::::looking around for a candidate::::

Blog Posts
This is the perfect format for me to read and to write.  My AADD really likes it!

Have a Great Week!



4 comments:

  1. Yes, I would read it if you did a rebuttal. Good for you for going without FB through March :) You are so right about the president and the upcoming elections!

    betty

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    1. If I were smart, I'd give up that time-waster for good. No one said I was all that smart, I don't believe.

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  2. I have prayed for our president--both as a man in need of salvation and as our country's leader--regularly. Nt daily, but certainly more than once a week..

    A scripture verse comes to mind almost every time I do. It is the verse that says God hold the heart of the kind in his hands and guides his decisions.

    Is it possible that we are right were we are supposed to be? Right were our country's rejection of God has put us? We, the people of this nation, have slaughtered babies, thrown God out of our schools and out of our public square, embraced the immoral lifestyles of cohabitation (rather than marriage) and homosexuality, and decided that prosperity equals spirituality...what kind of president have we earned other than what we've got?

    Uh-hmmm. Stepping away from the soap box now..

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    1. Blogger is going to drive me bonkers if they don't get these bugs worked out. I just make a comment on my own blog and it ate it!

      What I said was...funny you should mention, "right where we are supposed to be," because the preacher said something akin to that on Sunday.

      I think churches under oppression flourish, but I sure don't want it to come to "being under oppression" to get us back on a Godly track. If better decisions aren't make for the next election, I will be afraid, even though I am not supposed to fear.

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