Weekly roundup

cross1.jpgNow here’s a good evangelism idea – give out CD’s with your favorite sermon(s) containing the Gospel.  CDs are cheap – what are they, like 10 cents each these days?  Burn a bunch and put ’em in your trunk.  Also check out the Pocket Testament League where you can get free Gospel of John tracts to pass out.

This seemed like a good idea at the time.  After hearing a show on Apologetics.com about Saint Augustine I figured I should read City of God.  It is a mega-classic Christian book by the most influential Christian outside of the Bible.  Just one little problemo: It is 1,091 pages.  D’oh!

Exxon ain’t so bad – at least they aren’t politically correct.  I used to work for a Fortune 50 company and they bowed down to the GLBTQ lobby.

Intellectuals lie, the powerless die – non-violence is a great route for individuals to take in most situations.  It rarely stops evil regimes.  Lots of liberal ink has been spilled without success in solving pre-war Iraq’s violence and that of Zimbabwe, Darfur, Tibet and the recently released hostages.

Know of any good “end times” blogs or websites?  Leave a comment.  Total Transformation was looking for them.  I know of some bad ones.  Seriously, I haven’t written much on that or researched it much lately.  I did do one piece on The Book of Revelation in 5 easy minutes.

If the Book of Mormon contains the “fulness of the everlasting gospel,” why doesn’t it say anything about so many important teachings such as eternal progression, celestial marriage, the Word of Wisdom, the plurality of Gods, the pre-existence of man, our mother in heaven, baptism for the dead, etc?

Click here for the answer.

Cry Out To Jesus by Third Day – I love this song.  I enjoy playing it on iTunes and strumming along with my guitar.  It makes me think of those who believe Satan’s lies and think they can’t be saved.

4 thoughts on “Weekly roundup”

  1. Hey, Homer, I agree, that is a great song. Instead of playing the guitar for that one, I get my brother to play it on the piano. Love that song, powerful message.

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  2. I stole your Ralph Peters piece. It’s a good one.

    The Exxon piece troubles me. You’ve likely seen in your emails a list of oil companies who get their oil from countries that aren’t friendly with us. I’m pretty sure Exxon is on it. There’s perhaps two in my area that don’t get their oil from those places and I can only remember BP. Then I hear that BP gets like a 100% rating from the GLBT Chamber of Commerce, or some such stupid organization and I believe I’ve just about run out of gas stations to fill my tank. Each of them does something I’d rather not support through my patronage. I’m screwed. I think I’ll be buying my gas from Mobil for now. Jeez!

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