Archive for April 7th, 2008
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Much has been said here about the misuse of logic, vitriol, over the top hyperbole, and downright misinformation of the ODM’s. Quite frankly it has been well deserved and accurate.
Many times a post or comment has been written that makes comparisons between ODM’s and clanging cymbals, pharisees, legalists, and blockers of doors. Again well deserved and accurate.
A little while back Joe Martino wrote a post about “Fruit”and said that this is the litmus test for whether or not he’s going to believe what you are saying. He essentially said that all the bible verses in the world aren’t going to convince him if you don’t have the evidence of “fruit” in your life. Predictabley the ODM’s swooped in and accused Joe of denying the Bible. Which, quite honestly, only reinforced the point Joe was making.
So as a new contributor here I wanted to deal with a question that I have been rolling around in my mind for months.
Do the watch-doggies have Joy?
I mean this as a serious question. My first encounter with an ODM, and what eventually led me to .info, was when Ken Silva commented on a friends blog. The furthest thing from my mind was”That guy has the joy of the Lord”. This was further reinforced when I was introduced to Ingrid, Team Pyro, Dwayna, and a whole slew of commenter’s. Where is the Joy?
side note: Before the ol’ “You do it too” is thrown out I would encourage anyone to visit the personal blogs of the contributors of this site. We have it. I promise you!
Again this is a serious question. When the world visits your blogs is the Joy you have in the Lord evident? Furthermore; I would ask that in yourÂ passion to defend the Lord have you considered what your representation of the Lord looks like to the world?
Joyful? Maybe! But I certainly don’t see it.
Apparently, Cuddy, the author of the article has the entire end times figured out.
Please read. And do your best to ignore the goofy ads on the site that feature books like this one:
PRINCE CHARLES THE SUSTAINABLE PRINCE
What this means is that Prince Charles, as heir to the British throne, has a bigger role to play in world affairs than what people could imagine. Joan Veon knows that he is a “Renaissance man: and a man with a mission. As a result of his behind-the-scenes role at the United Nations, Prince Charles is responsible for changing the order of life from the biblical perspective of man having dominance over the earth to one in which the earth has dominance over man. One of the major environmental philosophies which runs tantamount to this is that of “sustainable development.” Because of his global orchestrations, Veon has dubbed Charles “the sustainable prince.”