Woot!! Woot!! It’s Friday again and time for some more Photo Friday fun. Here’s the deal if you’re new. I take my cell cam with everywhere I go. I snap pics of weird stuff. Then I write witty banter in the captions. It’s just that simple. There you have a tour of Paraguay without ever leaving y0ur computer. If you missed a leg of the tour then check the others here. Now on to the eye candy. There you have this week’s Photo Friday. I hope you enjoyed the tour. Which one is you favorite? Why?
I didn’t realize that I had brain damage. I just stumbled onto the fact while trying to follow Jesus. It turns out I keep believing that my physical being is what matters. I can’t seem to get a grip on the idea that this body is a costume, a tool. The real me, the one that can make a difference, is wearing this bag of flesh. I forget that we are three-part beings. Each of us is a spirit. We have a body and a mind. Two of these are more ethereal, which makes us think they carry less importance [...read more and comment...]
It’s Friday and you know what that means. PHOTO FRIDAY!!! Yeah baby. That’s when I take a few of my cell phone snapshots, churn out some witty banter for the captions and then share them with you as an impromptu tour of Paraguay Barba style. If you have missed some of stops on this tour click here. I really don’t want you to have an incomplete Photo Friday tour. Now on to this week’s photos. There you have it. This week’s tour of Paraguay from my cell cam. I hope you enjoyed the trip and didn’t get car sick in [...read more and comment...]
Today’s post is a podcast. Today I’m talking about the end of Matthew chapter 3 and the beginning of chapter 4. Take a look. 3:17 And a voice from heaven said, “This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.” 4:3 The tempter came to him and said, “If you are the Son of God, tell these stones to become bread.” Satan basically says”Prove who you are to Jesus.” I think the same thing happens to us. We become believers and God looks down and says, “This is my son,” or “This is my daughter.” I also think that Satan does [...read more and comment...]
Have you ever heard the old saying “The good is the enemy of the great”? Much of what I write is, at least in part, influenced by the concept in this proverb. This is a warning. These words are trying to keep us from settling for satisfactory, mediocre. If we aren’t careful, we will be so blinded by the good that we will stop just short of the truly great that could have been. I think this happens to us in our Christian walk. At the root of this is the old shell game. Remember that street hustle from way [...read more and comment...]
It’s back, y’all. I’ve been buzzing around town and picking up some good stuff for this week’s cellcam tour. So, form a single-file line and have your tickets ready to be stamped before entering the tram. If you bought a season pass, you can enter the tour at any point along the way by clicking here to see other posts in this series. Hang on to your hat. Here we go… I hope you enjoyed this week’s Photo Friday. Have a great weekend. Which photo is your favorite? Why?