An inevitable but necessary sabbatical

I will not be posting to the BMU for awhile. My brother and I have some important family business we must handle together.
I will still write and read emails and answer any comments while I’m away. I will still have Internet access. I will miss my BMU family, but hopefully return soon.
Please pray for me. I will need courage, perseverance and God’s wisdom and grace to make decisions that will ultimately honor Him.
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2017/04/10/an-inevitable-but-necessary-sabbatical/
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Do I have to draw you a picture?

Well, yes. Sometimes you do.
Enjoy.
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/do-i-have-to-draw-you-a-picture/

Have a Terrific Tuesday, everyone.

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. . .and on the 8th day . . .

What’s so special about the 8th day? That’s the day the Jews circumcised Jewish male newborns. Why did they wait a whole week? This post shows how awesome and creative our Almighty God is.
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2017/03/19/and-on-the-8th-day/
What do you think? I’d like to read a bunch of comments on this one.
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“Christian” is a lousy adjective

What’s the difference between an auto mechanic and a “Christian” auto mechanic? Between a florist and a “Christian” florist. What qualification does the adjective “Christian” bring to a noun?

What’s a “Christian” supposed to be like anyway? If you walked up to 10 people at church and asked them to define “Christian” to you, do you think any two would agree on what one is?

To me, “Christian” as a modifier is ambiguous. Whether you call someone a “Christian” something, or you call yourself a “Christian” whatever, to me we have much more adequate adjectives we can use other than “Christian”.

What do you think? Do you agree? Let me know in a comment. I’d be very interested in your response.
Here’s a link to my current post, “Christian is a lousy adjective”
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Does reading the Gospel make you happy?

It shouldn’t
If you’re reading the Gospel to make you happy, maybe you should reconsider your motives.
Do you agree?
Let me know.
And enjoy reading
.
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2017/03/12/the-gospel-is-nothing-to-be-happy-about/
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Happy Monday bloggers

Can the Church and the State be separate?

What’s the truth about the separation of the Church from the State.
I invite you to read my post today, then tell me what you think in the comments.
https://stevensawyer.wordpress.com/2017/03/03/the-church-can-not-be-separated-from-the-state/
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Here are links to all For His Glory posts this week.

In case you missed one . . .
Do you know who Murgatroyd is?

7 ways to resolve conflicts

What’s your GQ–Growth Quotient?

Whole lotta shoutin goin on

Finding Crystal Kruchunis

Exciting new writing challenge for all BMU bloggers Monday

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