Excellence in All Things

April 30, 2010

I desire to be the best.  Plain and simple.  The greatest, the man, the most awesome, the most awesome greatest person that ever existed.

Man, glad I got that off my chest.

My wife made a little comment to me yesterday that smacked me in the face (I hate it when Jesus uses her to show me things that are right in front of my face, I would rather Him use a complete stranger).

She said, “You know, you are always saying ‘do your best, be the best, out work everyone else, ask Jesus for something amazing'”  The list could go on.  Then she told me that I expect the absolute best out of myself with everything except in class.  I am perfectly fine with a B.  That is pretty much my goal. 

Not an A, but a B.

I asked myself why this was.  I came up with–it is not worth the extra time and effort to receive that A.  That’s it.  Not that I couldn’t do it, but I just don’t want to put forth the effort.

What part of your life are you settling for a B because you just don’t want to produce the effort necessary to get that A?

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Can’t imagine why people dislike Christians so much…read this by Steven Anderson’s wife (couldn’t find her name anywhere).

Sodomites visit Saddleback in honor of Father’s Day

Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church (which I had renamed “Brokeback Mountain Church” years ago) and author of the book “The Purpose Driven Life” (aka “The Pervert-driven Life”), hosted “The American Family Outing” at his church yesterday in honor of Father’s Day.

One of the two “clergy leaders” includes the tattoo-covered son of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, Jay Bakker.

The seven “lead families” include three gay couples, two of which have children. There is one straight couple with children – talk about balance!

I think the only person more disgusting than all these is Dr. Jack Schaap of First Baptist Church in Hammond, IN, who calls himself a Bible-believing Baptist and yet condones Rick Warren. According to Dr. Schaap, there are things we can learn from Rick Warren because he knows how to lift up Christ, as evidenced by the large crowd of followers he has.

Ok, back to the way more awesome writtings of Aaron Lewis 🙂
Sorry you had to hear that Rick…I think you’re awesome.