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Here's a link.

Category: Main Blog
Published: Saturday, 28 February 2015
Written by The Kiwi

Ah, no. Not that one. Check out below for the kind of links I'm talking about.

Links

1. Here is a hole video.

Spiritually justified rudeness.

Category: God and Church
Published: Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Written by The Kiwi

It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. (NIV)

When Paul is talking about love not being rude in this verse, he is saying love behaves appropriately in the situation at hand. In 1 Cor 7:36, the man who thinks he is acting improperly toward a woman he is engaged to because he is delaying the wedding, is a man who thinks he is being “rude”.

Paul is using negative ways the Corinthians are acting as a contrast for the way the Corinthian Christians should act – in love. The Corinthians were getting spiritually arrogant and were not acting appropriately during worship, towards other Christians, and towards non-Christians. How?

Prophecy and Prayer you see.

Category: God and Church
Published: Monday, 23 February 2015
Written by The Kiwi
Prophecy and prayer you see,
what on earth's it mean to me?

Paul McArtney and Stevie Wonder (Lyrics approximate only).

Headcoveringornot

A link here and here and here...

Category: Main Blog
Published: Saturday, 21 February 2015
Written by The Kiwi

Links

Annoying orange

(Warning: Lord's name taken in vain right at the end).

I'm teaching my daughter guitar, and I've had to use the names "E something", "A something" and "B something" to refer to chords that I didn't actually know the full name for. Found help here.

Our most favouritist comic strip on facebook here. A daily dose here. (You'll have to play dodge the ads).

The title I gave one of the devotions I posted on this blog was a loose play on "The Biggest Loser"; I called it "A Better Lover", and it got more hits, more quickly than the other devotions. I wonder why...

Rudeness is the verdict.

Category: God and Church
Published: Tuesday, 17 February 2015
Written by The Kiwi

It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. (NIV)

“Once when [John] Wesley and one of his itinerant preachers were taking lunch at a wealthy home, an incident occurred which showed the great man’s tact. The daughter of the house, a beautiful girl, was much impressed with Mr. Wesley’s preaching. While conversing with the young lady, Wesley’s itinerant noticed that she was wearing a number of rings; holding her hand up for Mr. Wesley to see, he said, “What do you think of this, sir, for a Methodist’s hand?” (Wesley’s aversion for the wearing of jewelry was well known.) The girl blushed and no doubt felt ill at ease, but with characteristic poise Wesley only smiled and said, “The hand is very beautiful.” The young lady appeared at the next service without her gems, and became a devoted Christian.”1

There are people in church I have met whom others talk about as soon as they leave the room.

Miss and/or Mrs.

Category: God and Church
Published: Monday, 16 February 2015
Written by The Kiwi

I reflect on the meaning,
What did Paul mean to write?
Is it Miss and/or Mrs. tonight?
Is it Miss and/or Mrs. tonight?

Loretta Lynn (Lyrics approximate only)

Headcoveringornot