Tuesday, September 23, 2003
I'm so glad that I trust in the Lord to select content to link to on Web Ev. While we have had a few links go dead, Most have proven successful. As an example, Web Mechanic has been a great technical resource for anyone who needs help fixing coding problems. All our bible study resources have been inscrutible. Of course, using a non-denominational approach to promoting bible study is not without some drawbacks. There are some highly technical resources out there on the Web, however, that can go awry. I have been using a service to syncronize my bookmarks so that I would have back-up for them and also be able to access them elsewhere on other computers. Several times I have thought to include a link to this service on the website. Fortunately I didn't because I felt, for some reason, that the time wasn't right. Well, now the time will never be right because this bookmark service has crashed and burned! I am really sorry about those who were effected (including me). However, Praise the Lord for his wonderful guidance. We will continue to test different resources because we only want to present the very best.
Monday, September 22, 2003
What bible do I recommend? Well, I like the KJV or the New King James the best. But if we're talking about online bibles then I have to say I like the Faithweb Bible. Because it resides on one of my web pages? No, because it has several King James bibles and many other versions and languages accessable within it. Chances are, no matter who you are or where you are from, you'll understand one of them. I'm assuming, of course, that you know the Lord. You do, don't you?
Sunday, September 21, 2003
Some may say that, at times, the content of Web Ev is controversial. Well, that's fine. But what if they find some of the scripture used controversial? Well, it is. Yes, scripture is often the source of controversy. Why did John the Baptist wear animal skins? Why was Jesus' first miracle that of turning water into wine? There are thousands of questions like that which could be asked. I can only try to capture your interest. For greater understanding I suggest reading the bible. You can do that online here too.
Thursday, September 18, 2003
Does bad weather scare you? Are you afraid of Isabel? Me too. OK, not really, besides I'm no where near the east coast so I'm thinking maybe we'll get a few drops in Michigan and I just had my roof re-done. What I am concerned about is that poor brother that Regis Filbin has talked into staying on the coast while Isabel approaches. Is Regis just the cruelest man or what?
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Sunday, September 14, 2003
Friday, September 12, 2003
Do you get frustrated when data is lost or something just doesn't work right on your computer or the internet? Well, get over it! That's right. It's gonna happen so you better learn to live with it. Back-up your files, use the best services, and just do anything you can to protect your online security, even if it means buying software.
Thursday, September 11, 2003
So, where have you been? If you're like me, you want to know where Laden"s bin. Well, my guess is that he is in Latif's Cavern in Wazaristan, Pakistan. Don't ask me what town that's by but I have it on good authority that he may me in Wazaristan. Why? Because the Senate intelligence commitee leader believes he is somewhere near the border between Afganistan and Pakistan and Wazaristan is the only province not under federal control. Also Latif's Cavern is the most common entry on the internet and bin Laden's people are big on the internet. OK, that's a shot in the dark but I still think he's in Wazaristan.
Monday, September 01, 2003
Holidays are nice, but I don't recommend you work on the internet on a holiday. People take a holiday from their jobs and so should you. Go have fun!