Monday, December 15, 2008

Prayer to Baby Jesus

Have you ever seen the movie Talladega Nights? If not and you enjoy stupid, add no value, but yet strangely entertaining movies, you might want to check it out. WARNING: Language is a major player in this one.

Anyways Will Farrell plays Ricky Bobby and at a dinner scene he prays: "dear 8lb, 6 oz newborn infant Jesus, don't even know a word yet, just a little infant, so cuddly, but still omnipotent." If you're interested in checking it out, click here
WARNING: I said there is foul language. Please don't send me comments on how you can't believe I watch this stuff.

Well...the reason for this blog is to challenge you: Have you ever REALLY thought of Jesus as a baby?

I have been thinking a lot about it this Christmas Season. If someone put a 8lb, 6oz baby in front of you, would you have believed? Would you have believed he was a Mighty God, Author of Life, the Alpha & the Omega, the Creator of All Things....our Savior?

I would like to quickly say I would, but I don't know that. If you look at a little newborn and hear their cries, it becomes more real. A life that is totally dependent on you for their needs to be met would one day meet every single one of ALL our needs. My prayer this Christmas Season is that you would remember Baby Jesus when you see a little one and say a word of thanks for the greatest gift ever...God in the Flesh!

Friday, December 12, 2008

You Might Be a Redneck...Part 5 I have been slack in actually posting any blogs recently and in order to get fired up again, I have decided to ease back into it with something fun...You Might be a Redneck. I found this picture on the web and thought it was hilarious. Not just because he misspelled it, but it would be EXACTLY something I would do. Actually...I think if you tried hard enough, you could find words on this blog misspelled. I might have even misspelled, misspelled. I am a horrible speller...even in other languages. Ask the Jolly German...I butcher the German language when I try and write it. Anyhow...I am going to get back into the swing of this thing. I want to start sharing the stories of the kids from the Dream Center!