Wednesday, February 11, 2009

also this


I have no idea what this means, so maybe those quotation marks are necessary, but it's still awesome. Thanks, Elizabeth.

11 comments:

Colleen said...

Longtime reader, but I just randomly read the Tribune article (I live in Chicago) and saw your mention - Go Dawgs! Graduated in '99.

Isabel Roman said...

Hmm, maybe you have to apply for wisdom and or holiness?

lattégirl said...

Further proof that God works in mysterious ways.

Quinn and/or Lauralee said...

What's the deal with the DVD stuck in the corner of the sign? Is that part of the "application"?

LG said...

I know, the DVD is totally random, it's some weird movie called Th East Siders or something like that...I was curious about it myself;) Elizabeth

Michelle said...

Now I'm wondering what the arrows are for, not that I understand what any of it is getting at.. I guess, in short, show up and we'll talk about god.

Danyell said...

I think wisdom naturally comes with time. But you have to really apply yourself to get the holiness. Or something.

Andrew said...
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Andrew said...

Application is one of the steps of methodically studying the Bible, as in, how do I apply this to my life?

The application of reading the 'books of wisdom' (Proverbs & Psalms) is for personal holiness, or acting more like God than you are now.

Hope this helps. Thanks for the laughs.

kennuu said...

As application means applying the scriptures in your life, 'application' must mean hipocracy or such?

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