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#30in30: The Glip Edition No. 1

04 Sep

Today marks September 4, 2012.  I’m already four days behind in the mission of writing 30 posts in 30 days.  A few days’ posts will be doubled up until the quota is reached.  In all honesty, this wasn’t an idea that just came to me.  A few  blogs I’ve taken to reading on a fairly consistent basis took on this mission last month.  There’s no doubt it was an easy undertaking, but they did.  I admire the determination and commitment to such a move.  My goal is to be just as committed and determined.

The basis for just about all the content is, and will continue to be, Godly living.  However, life is a variety of experiences that make up a whole.  Looking at these experiences through Christ-centered, practical eyes is the aim.  I’m not here to pass judgement or make sweeping declarations. The goal is simply to open up eyes and make a difference, by using the good common sense that God blessed us all with. Ultimately, whether the practical application of Godly sense happens is up the individual.

So, while they may even initially rub some folks the wrong way, I hope these entries help all who take the time to read them. Let’s get it crackin’…

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Posted by on 09/04/2012 in 30in30, Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “#30in30: The Glip Edition No. 1

  1. madscientist7

    09/05/2012 at 4:24 pm

    good luck. i’m partaking in the same challenge for september. although i’m just cutting my losses with those 4 days i missed. lol

     
    • The Suburban Thug

      09/06/2012 at 10:17 am

      Do. This. Good luck to you as well.

       

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