Posts Tagged Meme
Oh, that Jeff, poo-pooer of memes, has come up with a dandy. Here is my take:
Tagged by the Zealot,
to pen Haiku for this blog.
Jeff’s meme challenging!
Jesus Christ died on the cross
to redeem mankind.
God’s Word is life to
the soul in need of rescue.
Hear, listen, obey!
Thanks to Joel for the tag:
1. I believe there is far more dividing the body of Christ than uniting it, when it should be the exact opposite.
2. I believe that cooking with recipes ought to be a sin (it removes the love).
3. I believe people get offended too easily.
4. I believe God has a pretty cool sense of humor. He must given that we are His creation.
5. I believe the first cable/satellite television company to offer by-channel subscriptions will take over the world (I don’t need 200, but I would subscribe to about 12).
6. I believe television shows have gotten smarter and movies have gotten dumber.
7. I believe my child is the cutest child in the world, perhaps of all time.
8. I believe college football is better than professional football.
9. I believe coming up with 10 Random Beliefs is harder than I thought it would be.
10. I believe that none of us have all of the answers, all of us have some of the answers, and God intended it that way.
My wife will not ever forgive me for this, but since everyone else is showing off their desktop (courtesy of Mark Stevens), I thought I would join in the fun.
This is my desk at my office, not at home (not that it is much better there):
Voyeuristic? Here are some other desktops I’ve seen this morning (if you’re not listed here, please feel free to drop a link to your desktop in the comments):
And a few others I had missed, until now:
Money, sex and power seem to be among the most common responses, and I could very easily recite those here as well, but that almost seems like confessing that I need food, water and shelter to survive.
To be brutally honest, I would have to confess that my addictive personality would pose the biggest potential downfall. Not that having an addictive personality is a sin in itself, but the result thereof often is. I tend to become obsessive about the latest thing I get involved in, so it could very easily be any of the above, but it could also be spending, blogging, or even Bible study (I’m sure my wife will attest to the many hours I spent obsessing over ancient Hebrew).
It’s not that any of these things are sinful per se, but it is my neglect of other things while doing any of these that is my biggest potential downfall.
Thanks, TC for the tag, and I now tag HiScrivener (The Writing on the Wall) and Carl (The World According to Carl), not because I want their full confession, but so that my readers will check out their blogs as proof that Christian blogs can be fun and entertaining.