a. You’re too busy.
b. You don’t like to read.
c. You don’t have $ for the book.
d. Your life is perfect just the way it is.
e. You’re scared half to death of what God might say to you through the book.
a. We can almost always make time for something if it’s important to us.
b. Suck it up. It’s not a big book.
c. Get in touch with me. We’ll work something out. Or pray your heart out for God to provide the money. I think you’ll be surprised at what happens. EDIT (10:08am): IF YOU DON’T HAVE MONEY FOR THE BOOK, e-mail me. GOD IS ANSWERING PRAYERS ALREADY. Woooohooo!!!
e. I can tell you right now that if FEAR is holding you back, then God just might possibly want you reading this book.
Was that too harsh? I hope that wasn’t too harsh. Oh well, I can’t be nice all the time, right?
NOW GO BUY THE BOOK ALREADY. (As I type this at 10ish pm Wednesday, the book is only $8.99!)
And that concludes the Persuasion Part of my Post. Wow, I’m an alliterative MACHINE today!
On to the Paint!
I posted pics last week of the beginning of our painting project at the orphanage. (I promise I’ll stop bolding all the “p” words.) Feel free to catch up if you’d like. Or just read this sentence: one of our projects in Cambodia was painting the wall that leads into the orphanage.
Gabe got things rolling. First alliteration, now puns. What next??
This picture delights me. I feel like I’m in National Geographic or something.
Savong, our fearless orphanage director/Daddy.
Making progress! Lindy would kill me if she saw this, but she won’t because she hates the internet. Personally, I think she looks adorable.
Taking a little goof-off time-out.
Jason and Somphoas getting creative. Love this shot.
Fearless Sothourn who scrambled up the wall like he was Spiderman or something. (He’s sitting on the ledge where Somphoas’ hand is in the pic above.)
Pics of the finished project coming soon! Have an awesome Thursday!