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Job 31 Man: Introduction

Much attention has been given to the virtuous woman of Proverbs 31. Therefore in fairness, I introduce the study, The Job 31 Man.

In Job 31, Job defends himself to God, in what turns out to be a pretty good measure of how good a man can be.

Today, I will just introduce the subject, and the general outline.

Job 31 Man
1-4 Purity
1 “I have made a covenant with my eyes;
How then could I gaze at a virgin?

2 “And what is the portion of God from above
Or the heritage of the Almighty from on high?

3 “Is it not calamity to the unjust
And disaster to those who work iniquity?

4 “Does He not see my ways
And number all my steps?

5-8 Integrity
5 “If I have walked with falsehood,
And my foot has hastened after deceit,

6 Let Him weigh me with accurate scales,
And let God know my integrity.

7 “If my step has turned from the way,
Or my heart followed my eyes,
Or if any spot has stuck to my hands,

8 Let me sow and another eat,
And let my crops be uprooted.

9-12 Fidelity
9 “If my heart has been enticed by a…

The Twitter Movie Parody with Captions

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Why Blackberry is Still Relevant (to me)

The New Blackberry Torch has been released.

Interesting features include the sliding keyboard, webkit browser, and the decision to support flash (not yet available.

But what I like? I like not turning the phone sideways to type. I like a portrait view of my webmail and websites instead of an awkward wide view.

Evo? iPhone? Nice, but no keyboard. I don't like typing on a touchscreen.

My friends can have their iPhone/Android wars. I want to read/write email, occasional phone calls, and look things up on the web quickly on my phone.

I have yet to try the phone, so I don't know if it lives up to my expectations. But I am still excited.