Well, it's usually a bad idea to start this off lying to you, so sorry for that.
This is really just for the sake of an update.
Nothing much happening here, I'm actually arting quite frequently, even if almost none of it makes it here.
Personally, this and that's been going down. I have a wobsite, so that's good. But it's painfully unstyled, and basically redirects you to here. So that's bad.
I still have a job (or two), and both of them are fairly easy, and pay well enough, so that's good.
And my car recently decided to take a break, and the alternator went like this: 'kaput' so that's bad.
But I recently got my beta invite to Google v
So I was reading this bit by Sly-The-Foxx (https://www.deviantart.com/sly-the-foxx) about watching what we say, and thought it served as a great reminder that what we say actually affects others.
Especially as Christians, we should be above reproach in every aspect we can, in this and every other way.
Just thought I'd share.
Jesus' ability to see the future is not amazing because He knew what was coming next, but that He knew what was coming after that.
When he healed the sick and lame, when He washed his disciple's feet, Jesus knew that it would be these people who would call for His blood, this man that would betray Him to the enemy.
But if you look beyond that, when the dust cleared, the rock was rolled away, and He said His final goodbyes again, He went back to Heaven.
If we can sit down, and realize that we all came from God, and will soon return to God, the little problems here and and there tend to look kinda small, all sandwi