Sunday, February 25, 2007

good things

i've found somewhere to go on tuesday nights to get the message! it's in a couple of guys house and we just meet and worship with everything we have. i love it and i would like to extend a thanks to Dave (who willnever read this) who brought me. also, i am getting the chance to be a part in leading worship! it was my birthday a couple weeks ago and i got a bass guitar (fender jazz, royal blue... SO good). one of the guys who lives in the house i go to meet at, somehow found out i played, he asked and now i have somewhere to go on thursdays...

bad news...
still don't have a home church to go to on sunday mornings...

things are going well though...

jim

p.s.
i have a seven page paper due monday and i am one paragraph in... refer to the title of my last blog and you'll know what i am doing...

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

procrastination...

i am procrastinating as i write this... anyway, i have been trying to write a paper that i do not care about for close to 3 hours now... i don't think my mind is 1. calm enough and 2. engaged enough in the topic to write. i have still not posted on the d group blog and feel like crap about it, but i haven't listened to the podcast yet. yes, i've had the time, but i didn't want to listen to it for some reason. i will probably not finish my paper tonight, it will be rushed and horribley written in the grammatical sense. i did have one the best weekend i have had in a while, this was because i spent it back home leading worship. this is something i have a passion for, much like acting, and the complete antithesis of writing papers. i want to hang on to God and what he did this weekend, but college is getting in the way, and i'm not doing the necessary(sp?) things to hold on to it. i want to hold on, but my physical body does not want to. internal struggle. i have not been doing quiet times. things are going well, physically, but my spiritual life is taking the hit. i want to do quiet times, but i does not seem important to me. this is too long, no one will read it. i am just bad at arming myself with God's armor. why does my physical body fall so quickley when my spiritual side wants to stand firm. i need will power and to be the spiritual person i am at heart. praise the Lord for this weekend. thanks to everyone involved. this is now way too long, aaron will be the only one who reads it, so aaron, help me out bro, i'm kinda freaking out because i keep falling into the same traps. i need God, but i ultimatley don't want Him. way way too long. hope you were not trying to work when you read this.

hating self. needing Him.

Thursday, February 1, 2007

I found this on Aaron's blog...

You scored as Anselm. Anselm is the outstanding theologian of the medieval period.He sees man's primary problem as having failed to render unto God what we owe him, so God becomes man in Christ and gives God what he is due. You should read 'Cur Deus Homo?'

Anselm

100%

Karl Barth

87%

Jonathan Edwards

80%

Friedrich Schleiermacher

67%

Martin Luther

67%

Augustine

67%

John Calvin

53%

Charles Finney

53%

J├╝rgen Moltmann

40%

Paul Tillich

27%

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