Summaries from the Week
I keep up with this blog, which is my personal space. I also write a few other spaces. One is Reflections on Proverbs, which right now is just Ann and I, but we hope to expand when we find some folks interested. A few of the others are at SBCVoices.com and for Home Educating Family. I’m going to try and remember to post a summary/link spot here every week or so.
First: Reflections on Proverbs:
On Thursday: “Looking into the Proverbs today, let us take a closer look at Proverbs 30:11. You should see it by hovering over the link there—which allows you to read without me worrying about copyright concerns. There’s a lot of litigating going on in the world today, most of it unnecessary, especially in the Christian world. Let’s not stress too much about that here—there’s enough other places to go for that.” for more…click here.
On Tuesday: “The wicked flee.
Not because they ought to flee. In fact, often it feels like the wicked stand firm when the righteous stand against them. The wicked hold and even advance in the face of opposition. The wicked advance and seize grounds which ought not be theirs.
Why, then, would Solomon tell us that the wicked flee when no one is pursuing? Our experience suggests otherwise. Have the wicked improved over the years? Certainly not.” for more….click here
Second: External Blogs:
(I don’t write at these places every week, so this is older.)
Third: Other people worth reading:
Of course, you should read The Joy of Writing before you come here.
You should really check out these:
As I sit down to write this, my son and I just finished working on a puzzle together. I never ceased to be amazed by the power of one little puzzle piece. One instant nothing seems to go together. Then one piece finds its place, and suddenly huge blocks of puzzle pieces find their home as well. (click the title for more)
The one thing Ann wrote that you should read, but can’t, was the beginning of her recurring column in the Arkansas Baptist News. I think I rarely ask for money around here, but I’ll say this: you can get the digital edition of the ABN for $6 a year, and it would worth it just for Ann’s column. (and she does it for free, so there’s no kickback to it.) Just be sure to let the ABN know you did it because of her.