Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Reasons to give thanks to God (1)

I am aware that this could be a rather long series but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. I thought that for my own benefit I’d simply look up the word ‘thanks’ in the Bible and every time it was directed to God reflect on

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Bibliophilia (22.07.2010)

Reviews Tim Chester has reviewed Soul DVD & CY evangelistic courses Matt Hosier has read Wired for Intimacy: How pornography hijacks the male brain, by William M. Struthers and Cycling home from Siberia by Rob Lilwall Gary McMurray has read Bible Delight by Christopher Ash,

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I link therefore I am (22.07.2010)

Brian Croft is really helping me, (just need to apply, apply, apply) and this is a great post on individually pastoring your children Brett McCracken (great name) wonders if we are infotaining ourselves to death Mark Heath has another good post from Esther, this time

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I link therefore I am (21.07.2010)

Brian Croft has another helpful post on the most harmful consequences when a single man struggles with pornography Tim Chester posts another great quote from Bonhoeffer on giving and receiving a rebuke Mint asks what’s wrong with renewable energy? Kevin DeYoung completes his look at

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Reasons to be thankful

I’ve been thinking a little bit more about why being thankful is so important and that without it we will inevitably suffer and struggle, we will remain immature. Saying ‘thank you’ to another person is a habit that needs teaching, we’ve been doing that with

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I link therefore I am (20.07.2010)

I don’t have a SatNav but if I did, I would want one with this voice. Cracked me up. America may be the land of opportunity but opportunity is not equally spread as this Mint graphic shows Mark Heath has been looking at the book

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Thankfulness

Sometimes, every now and then, I spot themes in the blogs I read that connect with events in my life. It seems a small providence as God raises an issue above the blog line for me to spot, listen and respond to. It’s an opportunity

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I link therefore I am (19.07.2010)

National debt is a odd thing to get your head around, but this graphic shows you who owns US National debt while this bewildering set of counters shows you how fast it changes The electric motorbike is getting more affordable and practical. Like it. You