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December 2009 Blog Posts (4)

Joy to the World - Far as the Curse is Found

Recently, I noticed something very interesting while listening to a local religious radio station. With the unending Christmas carols, I heard four different renditions of Joy to the World, as performed by different artists, in the space of one hour alone. What was interesting is that none of the artists ever sung the third verse. They all played the first and fourth, and only one included the second verse, but every one of them skipped the third verse entirely.



For the sake… Continue

Added by Michael V. Frazier on December 21, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Tis the season to be Jolly...

Tis the season to be Jolly... but how do you balance fact from fiction? Yes, I know Jesus was not born on “Christmas Day” or maybe it’s more correct to say Jesus was most likely not born on Dec 25. You don’t have to go into the origin of Christmas, Mistletoe, Holly wreath, etc., I know this. But, I have gone to Churches where if Dec 25 is on a church day, they preach against paganism, and there sure are a lot of confused and discouraged visitors, especially children. I have also gone to… Continue

Added by Manuel A. Hernandez on December 21, 2009 at 5:30pm — 5 Comments

How To Be Average

I have been doing some research and studying lately: looking at various experts’ material regarding business, marketing and the web. I am searching to see if there are common principles in each presentation. So far there is a few. One of them is the idea of risk.



Let me put it in my words:

Those that are successful are willing to take risks.

Those who play it safe will be average.



We remember the risk takers: the Wright bothers, Neil Armstrong, Chuck Yeager (I… Continue

Added by Martin Schmaltz on December 14, 2009 at 4:49pm — No Comments

I'm Not What You're Used To!

I was at lunch the other day enjoying good food and conversation with some friends. One of them was discussing what he was like before we knew him and made this statement: “I’m not what you are used to.” My mind began to reel! I wonder if Jesus said that: I can imagine him thinking that.



Think about it, Jesus steps on the scene of the pharisees traditional religious world and begins to shake it up a little. He didn’t fast like they did. He did not get involved with all the ceremonial… Continue

Added by Martin Schmaltz on December 10, 2009 at 4:59pm — 1 Comment

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