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"A paradox has two sides, each of which we believe to be true even though we cannot (yet) see how to reconcile them. A contradiction has two sides where we can see that they cannot be reconciled. God does not deal in contradictions." —John C. Lennox

Jeremiah 18 — God is in complete control, even of the nations of the world. His control is not capricious or tyrannical but according to His holy character.

@davidrshorten Agreed, the neglect part is not funny. But burning the Sims is hilarious.

@davidrshorten There's a funny story from This American Life about a girl whose mother was obsessed with The Sims: thisamericanlife.org/684/burn-

John 6:44-47 — Faith is a gift from God in that He always takes the initiative in revealing reasons to believe in Him, and drawing us to a point of decision.

@davewalton Glad to have you here! There's not a lot going on yet, but you might be interested in following @davidrshorten and @Matt.

Romans 4:4-5 — Thank God for the gift of faith, which is nothing like works that merit salvation, but is nonetheless something we can do.

@Matt We hit a sale at Costco (hence the diaper haul) but we'll check out Amazon!

@davidrshorten It is satisfying. My brain just can't seem to retain that stuff. Nice going.

@davidrshorten Don't know if you're into Lake Street Dive, but I think the first track on their new album is pretty groovy: open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9

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