|So how is this for a huge change?|
|This Walmart dress I bought only last August is already starting to pill. I guess that's why I only paid $5 for it. Clearly, this is going to end up being a beach cover up. And that's ok.|
|I don't watch Mad Men, but I love Christina Hendrix's style on the show.|
As promised, a verse from the Bible. Our church was talking this week about what church really is, and what being a member really is. I kind of snorted because my particular church makes becoming a member kind of difficult. Even though we have been attending for years, my own husband is not an official member because he is never home long enough to do the six classes they require in a certain time period, and I think that sucks. I wish my church would realize that people have children, jobs that aren't your usual 9-5, and other commitments. I may talk to the Pastor about that really soon. My bestie teaches the kindergarten/1st grade class and she's not a member because she lives 45 minutes away and works full time, plus has a 12 year old with severe autism, a toddler and a newborn. But yet she's good enough to teach kindergarten and tithe and serve but we can't figure out a way for her to join the church officially? For goodness sake, it's 2014, put the class online. If colleges can do it, then maybe our church can figure it out too. Anyway, verse time, now that I'm done babbling:
Acts 2:41 Then those who gladly received his word were baptized; and that day about three thousand souls were added to them.
My Bible is a NKJV, or New King James Version.
I also have an Amplified Bible and it says for the same verse: Therefore those who ACCEPTED and WELCOMED his message were baptized, and added that day about 3000 souls. (emphasis is mine.)
Hmmm, I don't see anything about six classes in either one of those verses. HMMMMM.