Friday, November 04, 2005

Intentional rants...

I have never forgotten something someone said either on tv, or radio, or *wonder of wonders* real life some time ago. They said, and I'm paraphrasing, when you get out of bed, do it on purpose. Now, when I analyze those words, I think that as much as I'd like to believe them, they really don't make sense. Everyone gets out of bed on purpose. I don't think anyone has 'accidentally' gotten out of bed. I hate quotes that have problems with them.
But, the meaning still was important to me. It's the same thing that had me read Dream Giver, and Purpose Driven Life. And if you haven't read those books you can just consider this my recommendation... for what it's worth.
Anyway, the whole reason I'm posting right now is because I'd like you to click here and go read this intentional rant. I know I probably haven't been giving you good stuff lately, it's been a rough week, but God really gave me confirmation of things I'd already been thinking through this article, and it really is worth reading, so you should consider the words, and by this point you should have figured out that this is a run on sentence, and that I really don't know what to do about it except possibly put a dot at the end.

9 comments:

flyawaynet said...

Seriously, the article is so good I'd like to make up names of people and have them 'comment' great things about it so you might feel more inclined to read it.

flyawaynet said...

But I'm afraid that'd be cheating.

flyawaynet said...

So instead, I'm going to put several comments myself, telling you to read it, so you'll see a higher comment number than usual and maybe think it's worth reading.

flyawaynet said...

Do you think it'll work?

flyawaynet said...

Go read the article.

flyawaynet said...

Seriously, it is really good.

flyawaynet said...

In fact, it's so good here's a small clip of it.
Becoming like Jesus doesn't happen by osmosis. Nor is the Holy Spirit a fairy godmother who waves a wand and turns everyone who says the sinner's prayer into Super Christian. He's more like a guide who leads us through our own soul searching, but we have to want to change. To ache for it.

flyawaynet said...

See now wasn't that good?

flyawaynet said...

So have you read it yet?