If you buy one, please buy one for me, I'd like the happy face pose! After all, it's honoring our 44th President.
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Just how well do we know the devices of Satan? (2 Cor. 2:11)
As a chess player can often times think ahead in strategy, do we have a plan toward Satan's offenses and temptations?
I thought the other day as I listened to some the confirmation hearings for H. Clinton that one of Satan's best devices, Money, has really come into the spotlight in the economic downturn. Through the media, our anxieties will become heightened to the money problems of the world. Many have become jobless, maybe I'm next. How many people have decided to sear their consciences, and do something they know is wrong to make ends meet? Where does our security lie in our own lives, with the material wealth of this life or God Almighty? I ask the question again.
Where does our security lie in our own lives, with the material wealth of this life or God Almighty?
It's easy for Christians to give the "right" answers, but to apply the answers to reality takes wisdom, planning, self control, and a total dependency upon God (Faith).
2 Cor. 11:3 "But I am afraid that as the serpent deceived Eve by his cunning, your thoughts will be led astray from a sincere and pure devotion to Christ."
Paul recognized the danger and was fearful of Satan's devices of deciet and craftiness would overcome the Corinthians. Will we be able to do the same when/if the situation arises?
1 Pet 5:8 & Romans 16:20
1. I can twitch my left eye ball on command, but not my right. I guess the synapses just aren't there.
2. I have melted plastic infused in my knee skin, it dripped, it boiled a bit, then calmed down. My fault from when I was 12 playing with fire.
3. When I eat chocolate, or anything sweet, I don't have a dependency on milk to drink. I could drink OJ and eat a snickers. mmmmmmm
4. I eat lemons like oranges. Hey its all citrus!
5. I hate bacon. The smell makes me sick.
6. I love cheese, and I will put it on just about anything. Cereal, you ask? Maybe a light dusting of parmesan would do the trick!
7. I'm pretty good at memorizing numbers, but horrible at math. When I was a sales guy for Grainger, I had several customers credit cards memorized, when they would purchase things, they'd tell me to just put it on the card. I also identify roads by number much better than names, all those letters get confusing and look like Wing Dings to me.
8. I have never broken a bone in my body.
Here I sit fixing problems, waiting for my test results on my latest script change for the computer image, missing my family alot. I need a new job. Anyone wanna get me another job?