Flotsam & Jetsam (4/24)

Reel Quick – Click here to read my review of The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976), one of my Dad’s favorite westerns. It’s now one of mine, too.

11 Favorite Chuck Colson Books – Shared by Dr. George Grant.

Serve Your Customers for God’s Sake – Josh writes, “God placed you in your job and gave you customers for a reason. Perhaps you have students, or maybe you have clients. Whatever your situation, this week remember that your customers are your neighbor and that God calls you to love and serve them. Serve your customers, and in doing so honor the Lord.”

And He Shall Be Called… (Manifold Excellencies) – From Chief of the Least.

A Minimalist’s Bookshelf – One of my latest finds in the blogosphere. Ben is a fellow Christian and bibliophile. He says, “I’m a person who enjoys reading, but I have no desire to accumulate large collections of books, or waste time reading books that are not worth the time.” In other words, you won’t find him reviewing Twilight or the latest Nicholas Sparks. If you enjoy good reading and good writing, check him out.

Dr. Who’s Most Memorable Catchphrases – Calling all Whovians! (HT Nathan Bingham)

“True wisdom consists in two things: Knowledge of God and
Knowledge of Self.” – John Calvin

8 thoughts on “Flotsam & Jetsam (4/24)”

  1. “Somewhere there’s danger, somewhere there’s injustice, somewhere else, the tea’s getting cold.” Love it! And now, you may guess what my fave post is, since you are so almost close about the bona fide rapper-type, lol. ;-)

  2. I loved the Dr. Who catch phrases. Tom Baker is my favorite doctor. “Reverse the polarity” is classic scientific mumbo jumbo, which TB did use in my favorite episode.

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