Archive for February, 2011

21st February
2011
written by Cullen Webb

Has anyone heard of these before?  This is my first time.  When I watched this video the light bulb in my head didn’t just turn on, it blew up.

I love reading books and watching videos about the genius of creation.  This is a wonderful example of the creativity of God.

Here it is:

Cool, eh? Here’s another one that portrays the pattern in nature a little better:

Thanks for reading,
Cullen.

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7th February
2011
written by Cullen Webb

Sex. Alcohol. Nudity. More sex and alcohol.

The super bowl ads were full of all that garbage. Thankfully the host of the party had DVR so we could pause and fast forward all the crap.

What makes things worse is that the following ad was denied because it was too religious and offensive:

It leaves me speechless.  They allowed the ad to be viewed in 2-3 states, but the content wasn’t appropriate for a national audience.  I would go on about how this angers me, why this is wrong, and how it’s inconsistent, but I’m sure the gears in your head are turning too.

I’m thinking about what I want to do next year.  I’m offended by the secular ads, so maybe I wont watch the game.  Maybe I’ll write a few letters about how I cannot watch ads that worship sex.

Imagine a day when the ads were clean again.  It’s possible.  We just need to pray about it.

-Cullen Webb

P.S.  If even the mention of John 3:16 offends the world, then why am I, a Christian representing the Messiah, not offending the world?

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5th February
2011
written by Cullen Webb

This wasn’t meant to be a serious post.  I just saw a very funny video by Julian Smith that I wanted to post with a few scripture verses.

Isaiah 47:10
“For thou hast trusted in thy wickedness: thou hast said, None seeth me. Thy wisdom and thy knowledge, it hath perverted thee; and thou hast said in thine heart, I am, and none else beside me.”

Daniel 12:4
“But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.”

I have been struck by the incredible amount of knowledge available today.  You would think we’d be a very smart people because of it.  But for some reason we haven’t tapped even a fraction of the information available to us.  I believe that if you gave a determined person access to Google or Wikipedia they could obtain the equivalent to a college degree in a very short time.

80% of the world’s total knowledge has been brought forth in the last decade and 90% of all the scientists who have ever lived are alive today.

It’s all at our fingertips now.

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3rd February
2011
written by Cullen Webb

“The first time He came, He entered by a woman’s womb. And no one saw Him enter.

The next time He comes, ‘every eye Shall see Him!’

The first time He came as a Lamb.

The next time He is coming as the Lion of the tribe of Judah.

The first time He came to redeem.

The next time He is coming to reign.

The first time He came to die.

The next time He is going to raise the dead!

The first time men asked, ‘Where is He that is born king of the Jews?’

The next time He is coming as the King of kings!

The first time He got a crown of thorns.

The next time He will get a crown of glory and of gold (Rev. 14:14).

The first time He came in poverty, to a stable.

The next time He is coming in power.

The first time He had an escort of angels.

The next time ‘He cometh with ten thousand of his saints.’

The first time He came in meekness.

The next time He is coming in majesty!”

-Leonard Ravenhill in “America is too young to die”, pg. 60-61.

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