Ten Year Review part Two

The last post shared posts that rank number 8, 9, 10.  If you missed that post and are the least bit curious, you can read about them HERE.

But as promised here are posts number seven through five:

Coming in at number Seven is “You Never Know”  originally posted on September 8, 2015. This is one of those time someone saw my doing something. Actually Sister Alice caught a glimpse of Amy and I around town. Here is an excerpt:

“Recently, Amy and I got caught.  We did not know someone was watching.  We really did not even consider that someone might be watching.  We only found out when Alice told us. She came up to us after Bible classes a day or so later . . .”

Coming in at number Six is “I will Never Go Again” originally posted on October 6, 2014. In this post I confessed my feeling about football and church and asked you to consider your feelings. I said then, “I am through with football.  I have been watching games and going to high school and college games for a long time now.  I have seen hundreds if not thousands of plays, touchdowns, fumbles, and injuries. I am tired of football. It has nothing to do with whether my team(s) lost or not this weekend . . .”

Coming in at number Five is “Expository Sermon on Colossians 1:15-20” originally posted on June 22, 2010.  I would like to think that this one is popular because it is about the preeminence of Christ. I have a feeling that a lot of preachers are looking for sermon outlines online . . .”

Next week I’ll share the top four posts. One of them caused a lot of discussion.

Thanks for ten great years. Thanks for reading and thanks for wanting to be closer to God. I pray that in some small way my posts re helping point you to Christ.

– Scott

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