27 April 2018

This 'n' That

Trust me, my tea is not this fancy!
As I write this, I am sipping on a mug of Turmeric Glow tea from David's Tea. I love David's Tea. They offer a wide variety of teas, so you can pretty much find one to fit any mood, whether you're feeling relaxed, looking to relax, or are super stressed and need dessert in a cup. I am still unsure about this particular concoction, though. I'm not a big fan of turmeric, though I do love its cousin, ginger. Every time I drink this tea, then, I find myself unable to reach a final conclusion as to exactly how I feel about it. So if you're looking to expand your tea horizons and would like some recommendations, know that I wouldn't heartily recommend this flavor, but would give two thumbs up to several others.

Okay, I realize that most of you don't care about my tea drinking habits. In fact, I hope that none of you actually care about them! The truth is, I was at a loss as to what to write for today's post, so I defaulted to discussing my beverage. Please don't hold it against me. Please come back again next week!

Hopefully I will have some more thought-provoking discussion for you next Friday (time will tell!). Until then, I hope the following links can help redeem this week's less-than-stellar content. Without any further ado, then, please enjoy your week in review (kind of):
  • Thoughts on when it is, or is not, appropriate for a woman to teach.
  • I love the story of Mary and Martha.
  • Interesting thoughts from Tim Challies on the evolution of the Christian blogosphere.
  • Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
  • Wandering sheep, following Christ.
  • I could not work here.
  • Lovely thoughts on the power of the gospel.
  • Whew! I don't know about you, but I am so thankful that we have Hollywood to help explain Paul's letter to the Galatians! I wonder what the original readers did? I mean, how could they possibly understand what Paul was saying without these 11 movies?
A Christian man should so shine in his life, that those who come near him can see their own character in his life, can see their sins, can see their lost estate; he should so live that a person could not live with him a week without knowing the gospel. —Charles Spurgeon

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