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“Do your plans for plans for this week cause anxiety to rise in you before you’ve even seen the sun rise? Are you trying to cross off tasks from your to-do list before you’ve finished your first cup of coffee and your toddler bounces into your room? Hello, Monday, we have not missed you.”
This is kind of funny: “Houses (and fences) of spite are built when a land owner has the time, money, and just the right amount of malice to use construction as a weapon. Their purpose is to annoy neighbors, create an eyesore, or thumb their noses at authority.” But what about a spite house?
9Marks has a suggested 12-step recovery plan for pastors to regain meaningful church membership. Meaningful membership is such a blessing to a church!
Carl Trueman offers some interesting thoughts about hate and victimization. “Adultery as a hate crime? Imagine how potent the victim impact statements in those cases would be. And consider, for example, how many of Hollywood’s beautiful people might find themselves being led away in handcuffs to do some hard time behind bars.”
This is pretty funny. Usain Bolt is the fastest human alive–and is almost as fast as a butterfly.
This is an encouraging victory.
This is a neat story.
Don’t let success go to your head. Don’t let failure go to your heart.—Tim Keller