Thursday, August 16, 2012

Day 64: August 15, 2012- Memory Corner

Good Memories:

Ah, the memories...


You were such a tiny guy. And so helplessless.

You're still pretty helpless.

But not quite as tiny.

This has been an awesome summer. And I can't wait to see what's next.

I love you, Luke.

The Readings:

Numbers 4:1-5:31, Mark 12:18-37, Psalm 48:1-14, Proverbs 10:26

Old Testament.
Man, these people were serious about their infidelity. And by that I mean they were serious about not doing it.

If one suspected his wife of cheating, one could take her to the priest to be cursed, which would cause her to never have kids if she did it and cause absolutely nothing if she didn't.

And the method? Swallowing her words. Literally.

New Testament.
Jesus gets tested again today. The result...yep, darn it, still diety...

But in the meantime, we get a choice little nugget. A teacher of the law really likes his answer about the greatest commandments.

And Jesus' response shuts up the crowd.

That's right. It is so powerful no one dares ask him any more questions.

You've gotta hear this one.

The towers of the city of Jerusalem represent God's protection of the people. They're actually a symbol. It's in there.

This proverb is an employer's best friend. Don't be lazy. There's a comparison or two to laziness in here, and they're not pleasant.

To read along, click here.

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