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December 22, 2004

Your moment of Truth

Jesus_mel_gibson Let every day be filled with the passion of Jesus Christ, and strengthen your spirit with our 3D "Christ, the Light" screen saver. (Found on ”Metafilter”)

(Previously posted): “Hey, farmer, I’m right here beside you”…

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The moment of Truth, a short Flash animation of questionable political taste. (Slow load). On the same subject, What Would Jesus Do about War with Iraq? Bob Jones II, president Bob Jones University; Max Lucado, minister of the Oak Hills Church of Christ in San Antonio; Father Michael Manning, host of the international TV show "The Word in the World;" Pastor John MacArthur of the Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, And Bishop Melvin Talbert Speak Out on War With Iraq.

Hate mail sent to Normal Bob Smith, creator of the ‘Jesus Dress Up’ Site

The Jesusonic is a fully programmable effects processor for guitar, bass, vocal and general use

I went sailing on a Caribbean vacation for a few weeks. This post has been pre-blogged for your enjoyment. Any complains will have to wait until my return. Today’s “Blog Of The Day” will be on hold until after Christmas.

Meanwhile, have some Ah Pinu Yira. More Unusual Links About Jesus and Other Eclectic Spiritual Links Here

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A tad bitter, no? But likely nothing that a Caribbean vacation won't cure . . .

Posted by: Tom McMahon at Dec 23, 2004 11:04:53 AM