My favorite blogger in the world, The Internet Monk, is in the Final Four of a “best blog” contest that SBC Voices is holding. He can really use every vote possible to win this thing as there’s a big group of voters likely to start bombarding it and voting against him. The prize is a $300 gift certificate that he is going to use to buy Bibles and books for his students if he manages to win.
Take a second and go here: SBC Voices Blog Madness Final Four
Place a vote for Internet Monk and help him win this thing. And pass this link along to anyone you think might be willing to give him a vote. Oh, and bookmark his site. Excellent stuff.
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Posted in Random Nonsense on 30 January 2008|
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So it appears that Red Cardigan has tagged me with a book meme. Having never done this before, hopefully I do it right. The rules are:
1. Pick up the nearest book ( of at least 123 pages).
2. Open the book to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.
5. Tag five people.
I’m on the road right now, but I did happen to bring a handful of books to read when at the hotel. The one on top and closest to me was Reflections on the Word by Ken Gire. It’s a devotional book that has a passage of Scripture, a short devotional writing and then a written prayer for each reading. Here are sentences six through eight:
Were sunrise and sunset under his control? Was the Faithfulness of returning seasons his merit? If the rain had been withheld, where then would have been his wealth: “The ground brought forth plentifully”; all the man could do was take nature’s tides at the flood.
Kind of an odd passage, I know. But them’s the rules. I believe I’ll tag the following if they are so inclined: The Scylding, Internet Monk, Sherry W, Bryan Cross and Heide Seward. Hopefully they all won’t hate me.
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