Sunday, July 1, 2012

An "American" in Paris

***How will President Obama spend July 4th? At a fundraiser in Paris!

***Spent a pleasant afternoon yesterday with Emily & Johnathan. We met for lunch at Olive Garden, then went shopping, then, of course, Starbucks! Wish Mark could have come, but he had a carpet job.

***Another subsidized solar company fails. Wow, I'm shocked.

***The Justice Department is shielding Holder. Man, whatever they're covering up must *really* be explosive. This goes all the way to the top, no doubt, but Obama's too busy fundraising to get his hands dirty here. He of course denies any knowledge of the Fast and Furious scandal, but whatever they're hiding must surely prove he was smack dab in the middle of it.

***Are you ready for the greatest surprise of your life?

Possibly one of the most devastating things that can happen to us as Christians is that we cease to expect anything to happen. This may be one of our greatest troubles today.jesuswell1.jpg
We come to our services, and they are orderly, they are nice – we come, we go – and sometimes they are timed almost to the minute. But that is not Christianity, my friend.
Where is the Lord of glory?
Where is the One sitting by the well? Are we expecting Him?
Do we anticipate this? Are you open to it?
Are we aware that we are ever facing this glorious possibility of having the greatest surprise of our life?


I don't care if declaring it a tax makes it easier to repeal, or gives Mitt Romney more momentum for the election. Roberts should have done the Constitutional thing, not the political thing. 

***(Yawwwnnn)...White House payroll shoots up 14% under Obama. More of the same.

***                                          WHEW! Finally caught it!!





***Peaceful...


***
A royal castle was under siege from an infidel army. The only hope was to send one of the knights to get help, but the problem was that all of the horses had been killed in the battle.
"We must get help," said the king.
"I know," replied the leader of his army, "but we have no horses. If a knight goes on foot, he will be slain at once."
"Is there not another animal he can ride?" demanded the king. "What about that mighty wolfhound? It could surely bear the weight of a man."
"No, no," pleaded the army leader. "The wolfhound is too dangerous. Look at its snarling teeth. I wouldn't send a knight out on a dog like this."

Ar Ar Ar...

***Enjoy when you can, and endure when you must.  ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

***Have a great day!
 

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