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    Okay, I realize my post last week on TV has probably got some of you thinking I've turned my brain completely off and become nothing but a tube watching vegetable.

    Never fear, am still literate. Here's a quick sample of things I've been reading, just haven't had the energy to write anything long on Boomsday by Christopher Buckley - I've read all but one or two of Buckley's novels, and it's fair to say he's my favorite satirist.

    In Boomsday , he takes on the impending failure of Social Security particularly timely as the first Baby Boomer applied for SS benefits this past week.

    In return for this, transitioners would receive large tax benefits. Throw this idea into a presidential campaign featuring a rich fire-brand, an incumbent overseeing too many foreign wars and a horrible economy, a prolife evangelist who may or may not have killed his mother and hilarity ensues.

    Buckley's novels tend to run away from him--he generally loses control think those rickety coal carts at the end of Temple of Doom towards the end.

    His last few novels have shown a lot of improvement in this area--and I think this is his best ending yet. Best novel he's written--but the characters and satire aren't his best but they're nothing to complain about, either.

    Ford - The latest last? It bugged me while reading it, and by the time it was over, it bugged me a lot. I can't really put my finger on it, but it didn't feel like Leo, more like one of Spenser's weaker escapades.

    The romantic subplot really worked for me, as did the b-plot with the runaway, but the A-plot I really hope that Ford gets back to this series so I can see how he's going to take things with Leo's love life--part of me is glad to see him risking the status quo; but the other part of me really likes Rebecca as a character, and I'd rather see more of her than less.

    But mostly I want to see if Ford continues to take this series in the darker direction this novel heads down and his newer series seems to take , or if he lets Leo return to being Leo.

    Personally, I hope he takes the latter route--I miss the fun Elvis Cole not that I totally mind the darker Elvis , don't want to lose the fun Leo, too.

    But this thing? The scenes about the protagonist leaving the scene of the WTC attacks, and those showing how his son and his friends are reacing to the attacks--those are really well done.

    And there were sentences, or paragraphs, that were great to read. But on the whole, this was a dreary novel, about dreary people reacting to horror in a dreary way.

    Worst thing I've read by him--which is strange, as many critics hail it as one of his best--who knows, maybe bluewoad's rubbing off on me.

    How to Talk to a Widower by Jonathan Tropper - Tropper delivers yet another fun novel about a young man dealing with death and how often can you say that?

    This time, Tropper's protag married an older woman with a teenage son. A plane crash cuts short their life together and now the widower has to put his life without her together.

    Of course, the teenage son is a complication that he's not ready for. This time a twin sister takes care of the friend part of the equation--and is one of the more interesting characters he's created.

    The quirky disfunctional family is along for the ride--the father, of course, being the most screwed up not that mom is that together. Tropper doesn't miss a beat, hit a wrong note, or flub the rhythm once in this book.

    Charming, funny, bleak, and hopeful. Probabably his best work to date. Leepike Ridge by N. Wilson - Wilson proves that you don't have to be named J.

    Rowling to write children's fiction that's worth reading if you're over Good, imaginative, adventure story.

    Wilson's got a natural genetic? Twilight by Stephenie Meyer - This one's a "Young Adult" novel, which again, puts me out of the target audience.

    Actually, I think the target is teenage girls, so I'm really out of the target. Really don't care. Meyer can tell a story. Even if the story is an implausible love story about a loner teen girl and a vampire whose Byronic personality is on loan from a Bronte novel.

    Probably one of the better vampire novels I've read and I seem to be reading a lot of them lately for no apparent reason. Hood by Stephen Lawhead - Wilson proves that you don't have to be named J.

    Am delighted to note that while I was watching this for the first time, the Princess comes up before his name's on the screen , points and asks "Is that Ron Paul?

    Labels: online video , politics , Ron Paul. Finally got ye olde radio. But somewhere along the way, I lost the tweaks I'd made to make it look nicer.

    Will be playing with that when I have a spare second here and there. Yeah, Christmas music. Those who know my aversion to this particular cultural event might be a bit surprised that I'd post something like this.

    But no I'm still not crazy about the way this man-made holy day has trumped the 52 we've been given and ought to celebrate correctly before we get around to making any of our own.

    But I've always maintained that it's a matter of liberty when it comes to individual celebration still think it ought to be verboten on the ecclesiastical level, but that's another story of the day, and I choose to exercise my liberty in a way that causes minimal strife on the homefront every December.

    Even if we did nothing with decorations, gifts, treats, days off and whatnot around here, and who knows, one day TLomL might go for that--probably after Arnold's out of the house we'd probably still listen to the music.

    Something about it, I just love Christmas music. By the way, a great new Christmas album-- A Very Mylo Christmas --has just been released and you can listen to demos, purchase CDs and downloads over at www.

    This list is the least serious of the bunch, and some of the favorites of both myself and the Offspring. The Offspring go nuts. You're a Mean One, Mr.

    Who takes the time to consider the plight of the North Pole Laborers? Santa Claus - Harry Connick, Jr. Toe-tapping goodness.

    We generally have to listen to this one 2 or 3 times when it comes up on iTunes here. Christmas Day - MxPx Because nothings better than melodic punk to celebrate the day.

    Jingle Bells - Diana Krall Whoops. Repeat of the first track. Ah well. This one's for those who don't appreciate the Batman-Smells verse Winter Wonderland - Steve Taylor Not the best version of this song in my library, but hey, it's Steve Taylor.

    First non-traditional Christmas song I got to know. You can blame this entire playlist on this one track. Labels: music , radio.

    Thanks to the lovely winter weather I recently whined about, the Interstate was a parking lot, so I took some back roads in and not the back roads I'd have picked if I'd planned on it , making us 10 minutes late from the get-go.

    Not an entirely auspicious way to begin. First thing when we get there is that we find out that instead of sending me the prescription for the Valium, they went ahead and filled it for us, so he got a little something to take the edge off.

    But that's not all, they have this cream don't remember the name, don't care enough to look it up they put on his arms to numb them.

    Basically just trying to make sure that he doesn't start the day cranky, annoyed or in pain or all of the above.

    Then we get to wait for an hour while these things kick in. Thankfully, the hospital that we're doing this in has a great Children's Specialty center--and by great, I mean they have a large and well-stocked play area.

    We then saunter over to the pediatric unit of the hospital--by this time the Valium's working and Arnold's a little buzzed, nothing major, but definitely in a good place.

    They're using the pediatric unit to insert the IV's for a couple of reasons: 1. Like I said before, Arnold's a pro at this stuff, but they bring in a legion of people to do insert the IVs.

    At one point in addition to the three of us there was his nephrologist, the nurse in charge of the study, two RNs, two other nurses, and a "Child Life Specialist" whatever that is, but apparently you have to have mad bubble blowing skillz in the room to make sure everything went smoothly.

    I almost volunteered us to leave the room to alleviate overcrowding. He got through that okay, one quick "ow" per IV, and then we went back to the center.

    We know Arnold's small, but every now and then we get a healthy reminder of it. On the pediatric unit, all the nurses guessed that he was "about 2.

    They fed some contrast dye into one arm, and then removed that IV. Then they took blood samples at 10 min.

    Then, like I said before, there were typical physical stuff. The early blood work results were good--hormones, sodium, etc. The highlight of the day was, of course, watching Arnold go through this all.

    He was a little out of it, yet mostly there thanks to the Valium. But watched everything that happened to him, paying very close attention to every step of the process with the IV insertions--despite the best efforts of the woman blowing bubbles.

    He quickly picked up the procedure during the blood draws, and started talking the nurse through the steps. He was very chatty, particularly after the Valium wore off.

    Kept talking about "the red bloods" coming out of his arm, and going from the syringe to tube. He really seemed to have a good time.

    By the end of the day, all three of us were pretty drained, but his spirits kept up. But he was still plenty ready to get that last IV out, and be able to put both arms in his jacket next year we'll take Frodo's for him.

    Incidentally, the nurse was telling us about some conversations she's had with other centers for this study--not everyone does the IV thing "for the kids' sake" , instead they just poke their subjects each time.

    How does that make sense? What kids want that? What kid's veins are up to it? Thankfully the next appointment should only take 3 hours--with no IVs involved.

    It'll be focusing on psychology, development and whatnot. Posted by Hobster at 2 comments. Labels: Arnold , family , personal.

    Was going through some photos from today and came across the shots I took from Samwise's birthday Labels: blogs , comics , links , personal. So Arnold has a big day today.

    He's going to be part of a nationwide study on pediatric kidney problems. His involvement will take part over the course of four years, starting in abouuuut four hours.

    Today's festivities kick off with him getting an IV put in his hand--they were supposed to give us a prescription for some Valium to help him deal with that, but that didn't happen.

    He's had about as many needles stuck into him at this point in his life as I have, and generally does okay, so it shouldn't be too bad--but I'd feel better if he was relaxed.

    Anyway, that IV will be used to get 4 or 5 blood samples over the course of the day. He'll also have a decent physical, his regular nephrology checkup, and some other things.

    Once all the results are in, we'll have a much better idea of how he's going than we've had since In a couple of months there'll be some psychological tests that should be fun , and an annual repeat of today, along with other assorted fun times along with way.

    But that's then. Thankfully, the Princess, Frodo and Samwise are spending the day with some friends, or I know there'd be bloodshed. We celebrated Samwise's 8th birthday over the weekend 8th!?!?!?!

    Say what you will , I liked it. A lot of books, movies and whatnot lately have been playing with or on the conventional fairy tale-- Shrek , Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister , Hoodwinked , to name a few.

    But where some do it out of a spirit of deconstruction, or mocking, postmodern detachment, and whatnot, Enchated does out of a spirit of fun.

    This movie combines animation and live action, fairy tale world and the "real" world, a clash of cultures, a firm belief in happily-ever-after and skepticism about happiness in general.

    The musical numbers are just a blast I've gotta get this soundtrack. Marsden plays the good-hearted dullard that most Disney princes are perfectly.

    Adams is I loved the cameos by past Disney voices took me WAY too long to recognize Jodi Benson, and after all the Mermaid special features that Frodo's made me watch.

    Sarandon and Peter Pettigrew Spall are the perfect Disney foes. I honestly can't think of a certain false note. Yeah, it's not going to walk away with Best Picture--but it's good wholesome fun that'll leave you smiling.

    For those who found the unrelenting realism of John McClane's exploits to thwart Hans Gruber's escapades in the Nakatomi building too much to handle, never fear, the fourth installment of the Die Hard franchise gives the occasional nod to reality, but doesn't let it interfere with telling its story.

    I really liked the interaction between McClane and the girl--I thought her change in attitude was a bit on the quick side, but eh Serves as a decent B Story.

    The A Story is what it should be--some terrorist-y types wreak havoc, in this case it's a group of hackers bringing the entire country to its knees.

    But, since this is a Die Hard film, it's not really about the terrorism. McClane is brought into all this by chance, having to pick up a hacker for questioning about the early stages of the terror.

    This hacker is played by the always reliable Justin Long--who gets some of the best lines of the flick. Smith got great reviews for the role, but I'm not sure why.

    He was decent, but I know he can do better--and given the character, I expected a bit more from him. But at the end of the day, he's still Kevin Smith, and I can't help but grin when he's on screen.

    Well worth the time if you like the genre. Pretty sure this is the only one of the 4 in the series that TLomL has watched in its entirety with me, so that's saying something Although my kids keep pointing out that Dec.

    This morning I noticed something odd It's cold, painfully cold. But it's a whollllle new kind of cold when it's 7 a.

    This morning I was really tempted to chuck it all, buy an RV and tour the country while homeschooling the kids like Lisa Whelchel, so I could be in Arizona or New Mexico right now.

    But then I remembered that neither TLomL or I starred in a silly 80's sitcom, and will probably never be able to afford to buy an RV and tour the country much less do so while we are feeding, clothing, and educating kids.

    Ah well Labels: miscellany. Thankfully, the good people over at the webcomic Sheldon , posted an old Chuck Norris-related strip that it was easy to choose the proper reaction--laugh out loud, and then re-read and laugh some more.

    Labels: comics , humor , links , politics. Eat your heart out Doug Ross, M. Labels: politics , Ron Paul. This time from that band that was too good to last, I just can't pronounce their name Am I boring you?

    I could say more we were destined for somewhere but that was before you traded in your peace sign for a finger And I don't believe it's the way you were raised or the cards you were dealt or a poor self-image I think you love yourself too much.

    Labels: music , online video. Prickly City 's apparently doing a series on National Health Care this week Non Sequitur has the best reaction to the whole Dumbledore announcement.

    Labels: cartoon , humor , links. If you haven't taken the time to watch this yet, now's the time: actual original content to follow in the next couple of days I think.

    Just 'cuz it's Friday Listen carefully to what our Commander in Chief says Labels: in the news , politics. Boise State University has turned down a request from veterans for a gun salute on campus Monday to mark Veterans Day, saying it might scare bystanders still spooked by school shootings in other states.

    In related news: a BSU student was arrested by campus police last week when his car's backfire convinced co-eds that there was a sniper in his backseat.

    Still a stupid call, but at least they fixed it. Posted by Hobster at 3 comments. Labels: in the news. Slightly better for me than for Matt McLimore -- slightly.

    Labels: NaNoWriMo , personal. Labels: in the news , politics , Ron Paul. The national symptoms roll on. The United States is in the middle of a portentous abandonment, rapid now, of the ideas that led to the founding of the country, and certainly of what were previously regarded as the purposes of a university.

    It is the strangest damned thing I have seen. Americas never lived up to its ideals—who or what does? Often it succeeded. Now it deliberately reverses all it stood for.

    Usually it is a government that imposes control over the population. Extreme governments of the right seek absolute control over behavior, and those of the left, over thought.

    But it is usually the government. Labels: blogs , links , politics , Ron Paul. Presbyterian Thoughts ' Sabbath a'Brakel posts are always worth a read and usually a re-read , but this one in particular struck me.

    I grant you, most of my friends particularly those from pros will roll their eyes at the thought of me being this way.

    But believe it or not, I actually've been trying to live this way for awhile--I just never put it as well, or succienctly, as a'Brakel.

    If you are desirous to live in peace: 1 Crucify your desire for money, honor, and love; it is neither possible to have a peaceable heart nor to maintain such a disposition without self-denial.

    Do not appoint yourself as a detective and judge concerning the deeds of others; close your ears for backbiters. Do not listen for what is being said about you.

    Endure being wronged, and forgive such deeds Col. In all things yield to the will of others insofar as this is not contrary to the will of God.

    Labels: blogs , links , quotations , sanctification , theology. May you be poor in misfortune, rich in blessings, slow to make enemies and quick to make friends.

    And may you know nothing but happiness from this day forward. Labels: personal. A writer is somebody for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people.

    Labels: quotations , writing. Is he strong? Labels: calendar items , family , miscellany , personal , photo. What is this world coming to?!?!

    Why didn't somebody warn me? Is it too late to get out of this??!?! Labels: baseball , humor. Writing everyday is a way of keeping the engine running, and the something good may come out of it.

    It's November 1. The beginning of NaNoWriMo. That's National Novel Writing Month, for those who haven't heard of it before.

    Because between co-rebuilding my marriage, homeschooling, holding a full-time job, my SAHD duties, etc. I don't have enough going on. So I've elected to write a 50, word novel between now and Nov.

    I'm such an idiot. Nevertheless, I'm gonna give it a shot. Feel free to ask me about it This will pay big dividends in Week Two, when the only thing keeping you from quitting is the fear of looking pathetic in front of all the people who've had to hear about your novel for the past month.

    Email them now about your awesome new book. The looming specter of personal humiliation is a very reliable muse. It's up to you now Endurance finally paid off, and Netflix delivered Transformers this afternoon.

    This DVD is probably the best argument I've had for buying a plasma TV--my very nice laptop screen just didn't do it justice. I absolutely understand all the great press LaBeouf got over the summer.

    Kid's good. Real good. Didn't think any of the other performances were really stand out--pretty solid work throughout no stinkers that I recall.

    The catchphrase: "No sacrifice, no victory," isn't quite as catchy as "With great power comes great responsibility," but it works. It's a fun action flick--nothing more, nothing less.

    Thankfully, that's all it sets out to be. Some laughs, some tension, lots of explosions, wicked cool robots. Worth watching if you like that kind of thing.

    One thing the last few years have taught us is how vital comedy shows are to the political process. Which I think says a lot about our process So check your senses of humor at the door, and tune in!

    Hope Dr. Paul 's message gets out just a little further. Labels: politics , TV. That, naturally, got my attention, it was also the top entry. So I click on over.

    It takes me a couple of minutes to figure out what's going on, but I couldn't figure out why. This blog had taken my post about the last field trip , translated it into German and posted it there.

    One of my smarter-than-me friends explained it thusly: "its like some aggregator blog Labels: blogs , miscellany , personal. The other things are pretty fine indeed, and I should be glad if God would give me them, a fine house, and income, and clothes, and advancement for my wife and children: these are comfortable things, but they are not the necessary things; I may have these and yet perish for ever, but the other is absolutely necessary.

    Battlestar Galactica has pushed back it's final season to start in April rather than January. Now, it's better than the geologic age that Sopranos fans had to endure between seasons, I realize.

    And it's almost guaranteed to be worth the wait. But that extra wait time Maybe there's a support group I can join.

    Labels: TV. His column about the Scrubs ' premier tonight is so right that it's scary. But at its best, it was as funny as any other comedy on television, as moving as any drama.

    But even better is the Top 10 Scrubs episodes side-bar, complete with youtube links. Yeah, I wasted a good part of my morning watching these and other linked videos.

    Labels: links , TV. We've got quite the little colony of 'em going now--prolific little critters. Reflexively, I start to worry.

    THAT question is just seconds away. What am I gonna say? Why haven't I gone to bed yet? It's after dinner, need to be sleeping Thankfully, there's no need to fear.

    Frodo's uptightness saves me. The Sea-Monkeys came with a healthy dose of documentation--lots of tiny print, in red ink I believe. And Frodo loves instructions, warnings, whatever sort of documentation that comes with this toys, games, etc.

    I swear, there are times he enjoys carrying around and reading the instructions to something more than the thing itself.

    How's that help me? Well, somewhere in that tiny red print, it addresses the subject of reproduction and says "try to give them some privacy.

    He quotes that to us not really ordering us, merely letting the authority of the instructions weigh upon us and turns and walks away, giving his little shrimp all the privacy they need.

    Labels: family , miscellany , personal. I'm assuming by now you've all heard that J. Rowling outed Dumbledore in Australia last week.

    Now obviously, I'm not going to be excited by this--but I'm not going to use this an excuse to rant about the morality of a fictional character.

    One of the strengths of the series was that every character was flawed, they all did heroic things well, except You Know Who and some of his cohort , and they all acted foolishly and immorally.

    Dumbledore was no exception to this at all. So adding one more sin to his list really doesn't affect what I think of him.

    And that's what bothers me the most about what Rowling did--it doesn't really add to, or detract from, the character. There's one attraction in his youth, apparently unrequited, which has really no affect whatsoever on the events in the series.

    So was this just Rowling needing to get her name in the headlines again? I'm not sure, it seems so purposeless, senseless to do this. Now, is Deckard a Replicant or not?

    That makes a difference. Is Hobbes really alive or a stuffed toy? I just don't see how it matters. No more than knowing what third-world country Fez is from.

    Then John C. Wright weighs in on the issue , and helps me see another problem with her announcement Fabio Paolo Barbieri's comments are great, as well.

    Potter fans, take a second or and read 'em. Some good TV news Pushing Daisies gets a full season pickup! The Newton Kiss of Death fails again!

    I'm just curious John Francis Daley joins the Bones cast tonight as a Just what every forensic anthropologist and her FBI partner needs.

    Starting tonight with a 4-part arc that's going to become a recurring role, Daley's Dr. Lance Sweets, is apparently going to get the two leads to open up to each other.

    I've got nothing against Daley--loved him in Freaks and Geeks , he was decent in Waiting. I liked the little shrink arc they did last year with Booth and Stephen Fry.

    But this is Bones has never been the best show on TV--or even on FOX--but it's been a solid, entertaining, show that brings me back week after week heck, I even bought Max Allan Collins' tie-in novel--and would buy more.

    But this leaves me wondering if I'm seeing Booth shopping for waterskis next to those shark-infested waters. Chronic what? Labels: humor , music , online video , Theologians.

    I was waiting to download the pictures of this field trip before I blogged about it, sadly, all the pictures were blurry, of only a slice of someone's face, or both.

    So, I'll just write a little bit about it. Friday, our field trip group went to check out Air St. Luke's , one of the local airborne medical transport companies.

    This was a great field trip. The staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming which is pretty great considering more than a few were in the middle of a 24 hr shift.

    Gave us a pretty casual, but informative, tour of their facilities and one of their helicopters. The kids were able to crawl into the patient compartment, where an EMT talked to them about what happened there; and then the pilot showed them around the cockpit each kid got to sit in the pilot seat for a few minutes.

    Then, on a whim, they took them over to the ambulance and another EMT talked them through that. All the kids had a blast--which was good considering the gray, cloudy, almost rainy mid's morning it was.

    While the kids were checking out the helicopter, the other pilot called me over and asked me if I wanted to look at the engine. I have no idea why this happens to me okay, not true, I know exactly why--I'm generally the only man in the group.

    This time it was the engine looks smaller and wimpier than my wife's Mercury Villager's--which just made it all the more impressive, IMHO.

    While he was showing me the bonus stuff we were able to talk about homeschooling--the pilot's moving soon and there aren't any private school options like he enjoys where he is--challenges, benefits, regulations, etc.

    So we were both able to get something out of the day I hope I helped him anyway. Labels: family , homeschooling. We're 3 or 4 weeks into the new TV season, and I haven't uttered a word about it yet.

    I know you're all wondering what's up with that. Never fear, here's my run-down of this year's crop minus Scrubs which has yet to air.

    I know some of you will think that's a lot of TV I'm watching. Let me remind you, I put in a lot of hours in the middle of the night with nothing to do but read and watch TV.

    I can only check out so many books at a time, not much else to do. So, on with the TV thoughts But they were necessary to move the story beyond last year's finale.

    Am hoping and trusting that things'll pick up quickly. If nothing else, I'm keeping an eye on the countdown as is Barney.

    Smallville - haven't watched an episode yet this year, but am hearing good things. Need to get back on track That said, I'm really glad they shook things up--for a little while at least, am sure the status will be quo'd again soon.

    By giving us a spiritual insight into the promises of God and the grace of the covenant, whereby we know what to ask upon a spiritual view of the mercy and grace that God hath prepared for us.

    By acquainting us with and giving us an experience of our wants, with a deep sense of them, such as we cannot bear without relief. By creating and stirring up desires in the new creature, for his own preservation, increase and improvement.

    And in answer unto these things, consisteth his whole work of sanctification in us. For it is his effectual communication unto us, of the grace and mercy prepared in the promises of the covenant through Jesus Christ; hereby doth he supply our spiritual want, and sets the new creature in life and vigour.

    So are our prayers an extract and copy of the work of the Holy Spirit in us, given us by himself. And, therefore, by whomseover he is despised as a Spirit of supplication, he is so as a Spirit of sanctification also.

    Now consider what it is that in your prayers you most labour about? Is it not that the body, the power, the whole interest, of sin in you may be weakened, subdued, and at length destroyed?

    Is it not that all the graces of the Spirit may be renewed daily, increased and strengthened, so as that you may be more ready and prepared for all duties of obedience?

    And what is all this but that holiness may be gradually progressive in your souls, that it may be carried on by new supplies and additions of grace, until it come to perfection?

    The efficacy of baptism is not tied to that moment of time wherein it is administered; yet, notwithstanding, by the right use of this ordinance, the grace promised is not only offered, but really exhibited, and conferred, by the Holy Ghost, to such whether of age or infants as that grace belongeth unto, according to the counsel of God's own will, in his appointed time.

    On June 6, , Rev. David A. Bass applied the waters of baptism to our son Arnold he'd be the one in red there. The grace offered and exhibited to him then was conferred to him recently.

    This morning, he made his public profession of faith and was made a member of the fellowship the rest of us joined last year.

    Again, seeing this was a privilege I don't deserve. Helping him to this stage has been a blessing though, honestly, not one I always remember to see as such.

    He took a big step in improving his baptism this morning, but he has many others before him, Lord willing. Hopefully, his mother and I can continue to help him in this lifelong effort, but our hope and trust is that he who began a good work in Arnold will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.

    This is not a reflection of the beliefs of the Fellowship to which I currently belong. In the incredibly unlikely event that any other member of this Fellowship is reading this, do know that I am not seeking to foment any type of rebellion against the statement of faith there.

    If God, in His mercy, grants a change in the Fellowship's position on the sacrament, I will welcome it, but I will not have had a hand in it beyond my prayers that He would sanctify the body by His truth.

    Labels: Arnold , baptism , Ecclesiology , sacraments , sanctification. And this of itself is abundantly sufficient to confute the fiction of the sophists respecting implicit faith; for we must ever hold that there is a mutual relation between God's word and our faith.

    But as faith is founded chiefly, according to what has been already said, on the benevolence or kindness of God, it is not every word, though coming from his mouth, that is sufficient; but a promise is necessary as an evidence of his favor.

    Hence Sarah is said to have counted God faithful who had promised. True faith then is that which hears God speaking and rests on his promise.

    The Princess who can feel free to skip this post was supposed to go to Church Camp yesterday. But her mom and I decided this weekend that she and her brother wouldn't be attending for reasons that I don't want to get into here, essentially it boils down to some differences between American Evangelicals and Reformed Christians iow, we can be uptight about worship and sacramentology.

    It would've been her first time going away for something like this, and she was really looking forward to it.

    But it was the right call -- even though it carried the special kind of difficulty only known to Dads of daughters with fully-functional nasolacrimal ducts.

    But the three of us talked about it, and she understood our thinking. A couple days later, for fun I read the Offspring questions of the Larger Catechism -- not really to teach them anything, but to make them appreciate that they're memorizing the Shorter Catechism instead.

    Still, something must've clicked as I rushed though that. Yesterday, when her friends were posting statuses and pics to Facebook about getting ready to leave, etc.

    She posts: Q. What are the duties required in the second commandment? We didn't prompt it, didn't push it -- didn't even see it 'til a couple hours later, actually.

    Honestly, I didn't even try to convince her we were right in our thinking -- we just explained our position and that we thought it was important -- the Spirit did the rest to her conscience.

    I'm not posting this to brag on her, really. But when I read that post, I choked up a little. She's such a precious gift, and seeing the Spirit work in her as He is doing is such a privilege.

    More than a miserable sinner like me deserves, that's for sure. And I'm glad for the opportunity to express my gratitude for that display of grace.

    Soli Deo Gloria. Labels: family , sanctification , Westminster Standards , worship. Frodo's been helping out with an elementary school robotics camp that Arnold's attending.

    That's really all I can say because I haven't witnessed any of it, and what they've talked about has been beyond my ken. Sorry, guys, just nothing for me to talk about.

    Samwise, on the other hand, has been really pushing himself with his guitar lately, learning gobs and gobs of songs. I was excited because I've been trying to get him to pay attention to Precious Death for at least 5 years.

    Give it a listen sorry for camera work, was really just going for audio, but it was okay enough to go with this format, I thought if you want to hear the original -- and see the lyrics -- click here Now we just need someone to provide the vocals.

    Maybe Frodo can do his Christian Bale Batman for the verses. Labels: family , music , online video. God saw it needful for Adam to have a Sabbath in paradise.

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