Today's Scripture: "The first one to plead his cause seems right, until his neighbor comes and examines him." Pr. 18:17
5723. Truth doesn't need a second opinion. JG
For you engineers out there, I want a television remote that has an enlarged mute button on it. Pressing the button will immediately replace the broadcast with a customizable wallpaper and instrumental music of my choosing with a small picture in the corner of what's being broadcast. Oh yeah. I need some way to activate it so I can keep my hands on the computer keyboard/mouse.
Without doubt, there is less and less information on TV that is worthy of seeing/hearing. I believe it to be a true statement that nothing can be said that can't and won't be argued. But is every opinion worthy of consideration? After all, anyone with an opinion can find a microphone and someone to interview them. But does listening to a fool make you one?
I am so glad, God, that You don't stop listening to me when it's unpleasant.
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