Seven Things I’ve Learned

The good people over at Joann’s Blog Adventure have posted a great list, called “Seven Things I’ve Learned.” Because of some sort of counting issue, there are eight on the list.

Anyway, because I know inspiration when I see it, and because I’m a big copycat, here are Seven Things I’ve Learned:

1.  Sometimes you don’t know what’s next. That’s not necessarily a bad thing.

2.  There’s an expression – “There are no stupid questions.” That’s not true.

3.  Most churches can continue to run just fine with or without God’s help – because they aren’t doing anything that requires miraculous intervention to pull off.

4.  Good coffee is a beautiful thing.

5.  If you show kindness to third graders, they’ll view it as weakness and eat you alive.

6.  Knowing God can be frustrating sometimes.

7.  Knowing God is always worth the effort.

Bonus…

8.  American Idol has jumped the shark.

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4 Responses to Seven Things I’ve Learned

  1. joannmski says:

    Oooh, that was a good list.

  2. michele says:

    number 3 made me wince.

  3. rich says:

    I really don’t think there is as many stupid questions as the are stupid answers.
    The Fonz jumped a shark once – hmmmm-

  4. virk says:

    I enjoyed the list, each one is good and up to the mark.
    #1 is the one that keep us going, since we do not know what is next and we are working to put all the pieced of this puzzle together, it is interesting thing. Good compilation!

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