The older I get the more I enjoy meatloaf.
My wife says it’s the simple things. I agree.
Sometimes life can get pretty complicated.
But meatloaf is pretty simple.
It reminds me of some of the simple things I enjoy most. [Read more…] about Meatloaf and Ten Other Favorite Things
Here are my top 7 favorite tweets of the week.
There’s a little mix of humorous in with the serious, which is about how I feel on Fridays.
- “Bitterness is a prison. Surrender your anger to God and be set free by the power of His love!” (via @davidjeremiah)
- “Prayer does change things, all kinds of things. But the most important thing it changes is us.” (R.C. Sproul)” (via @challies)
- “Spot the first risings of your besetting sin and kill it, till it is no more.” @JohnPiper
- “I would have bought that book about minimalism but I already own a book.” (via @badbanana)
- The things we love are not merely the best this life has to offer—they are previews of the greater life to come. Psalm 84:1–2 (via @randyalcorn)
- “A trial is an instrument by which our Father in heaven makes Christians more holy.” ~ J.C. Ryle (via @JCRyleQuotes)
- “Just joined a two-step program because I’m addicted to country western dancing.” (via @badbanana)
What’s your favorite quote or tweet this week? Share it with me in the comments.
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I used to be a saver, meaning, I saved everything. It finally hit me the last time we moved, over 9 years ago thankfully, that I was having a hard time letting go of stuff. As I was loading the truck I realized we were moving boxes that had remained unopened since our last move over 3 years earlier.
That kind of “save everything” thinking has also shown up in how I do my work. Piles of paper, boxes and shelves full of books, notes stuck all over, all this could easily overtake my workspace if it weren’t for the help I get from a bit of technology. [Read more…] about 7 Powerful Information Management Tools
Did you receive an email from a friend that contains a short, nondescript link? Maybe you’ve seen a short link like this on Twitter or Facebook.
Ever wonder where a link like the one below will take you?
Is it safe to click that link?
Well, in the above case, it is a very safe link to click because I know that it points to an article about reading your Bible (so when we’re done here go ahead and click the link and do read the article, and your Bible). [Read more…] about Is It Safe to Click That Link?
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