I know I have been quite tardy about updating my blog this week. I will try to do better, but no promises since next week I have three tests, two papers, and a speech due for my four classes. :)
I do, however, have several idea roiling around in my mind which will hopefully find their way into blog posts sometime soon. For now, I'll leave you with a "theological" discussion which I had with my four year old brother, Naithen, the day before yesterday. To set the scene, allow me to explain that he was on his bed for being unkind to his younger sister, and I were trying to explain to him why how he had treated her was wrong.
Naithen: "But I am sad because we are all going to die." (He wouldn't be changing the subject now, would he?)
Me: "But, Naithen, you don't need to worry about dying because if you love Jesus you will just go to be with Him when you die." (Alright, this may not be the most theologically deep or accurate conversation necessarily, but keep in mind that it was being held with a four year old)
Naithen: "Yes, but my body will still be dead."
Me: "Well, that's true, but eventually Jesus will raise it up and give you a new and better body."
Naithen (getting rather excited at this idea): "Yes! And maybe He will even make me a dragon or a bucking bronco!"
At this point I had to leave the room top restrain my laughter before returning to dealing with the issue at hand (the mistreatment of his little sister).