Well how was your Easter, your Resurrection Sunday? We had a wonderful service at church, including three baptisms and a salvation. What better way to celebrate the risen Lord?
Today we’ll read Genesis 31 from the New Life Version. Jacob makes a move.
May God bless the reading of His Word.
As a grandfather, I can see why Laban was not happy that Jacob left in the middle of the night. But I guess you can’t blame Jacob. How was he to know what Laban would do if he let him know that they were leaving?
Comments? If I told you to go to the Lifespring Media fb group you’d probably say, I knew that. So I won’t say it. 🙂 Have you looked at the pictures I put up there over the weekend?
Hey, I wasn’t going to say anything about this on the podcast, but I’m still feeling passionate about it, and I want us to get to know each other well, here, so here goes. I’m recording this on Easter Sunday evening. Did you happen to go to Google.com today? You know how Google changes its logo on important days to sort of commemorate the day? Guess what Google decided to commemorate today…Easter Sunday. Did I hear you say, “The resurrection of Jesus”? If so, then no, I’m sorry. You are mistaken. Oh, what’s that you say, “The Easter Bunny?” Sorry, wrong again. Today, they commemorated the birthday of Cesar Chavez.
I feel like Google made an active decision to insult Christians. Not that I am making a statement about Mr. Chavez, but Easter is the most important date in the Christian calendar.
So this is what I have done. I uninstalled Google Chrome from my main computer and will be doing so on the other five computers that I use.
Also, I will not be using Google’s search engine.
My current mobile phone is Android, but my next one will not be.
Yes, I know that there are (as far as I know) none of the current mobile OS companies that are pro-Christian, but as least the others don’t go out of their way to insult my Lord.
I am not calling for a boycott, by the way. I’m just saying what my conscience is saying to me.
So there it is. Take it for what it’s worth.
Until tomorrow, may God bless you richly. I’m Steve Webb