Saturday, August 11, 2007

Veggie Tales on NBC!

No kidding. I was just sitting here flipping through the cartoons when behold my eyes! The Veggie Tales were on the tube! They were so adorable. I think this will be a good thing for our children.

I've searched the net, and I've found many articles denounsing NBC for stripping God out of the picture. Do these people have such little faith? No, not NBC, the writers of these articles! Once these children watch Veggie Tales in the morning, do you believe they will not want more?

Mom and Dad will then order more Veggie Tales from the store. Then they will allow their children to watch the Christian version of all the wonderful messages that are the original Veggie Tales hallmark.

See, there are many things in this world to get our panties in a wad about, but I just don't see how this is one of them. Would I like to see them finish each show with a Bible verse? Of course! Is our God so weak that He cannot be found in the cartoon I saw this morning? NO! They did teach morals and courage. They did teach how to solve a problem. When is the last time you saw that in a cartoon?

Now, where does "that" come from, you might ask? The one and only God. So relax. Live life. Love your neighbor as yourself. Forget the petty bickerings. Most importantly of all, love the LORD your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength. This will give you a very good day. ;)

Linkfest Haven, the Blogger's Oasis

OTB: (For my NY friends, this does not mean Off Track Betting! lol) I have chosen to open this post to trackbacks today. If you have a post you would like to share with others, please feel free to post a trackback. NO PORN. You would think I would not have to say this, but some people have a lot of nerve. Especially around any and all things religious.

While you are here, I also some posts from CENTCOM which are pretty encouraging. You will not read about such things in the dinosaur media, so just click on the 'home' button at the bottom of this post. Have a very blessed day.

Today we have these posts which trackbacked; Mark My Words: Arab shopkeeper ... was the first to help, Potbelly Stove: ABA committees off their paper ABA committees off their paper, Mark My Words: Anne Rice rediscovers faith, RightTruth: Terror Target New York, or Seattle???, Blog@MoreWhat.com: Iowa Straw Poll Election Results, Blog@MoreWhat.com: Dems' Ad Shows Fear of Losing in 2008, Conservative Cat: Red Is The Color Of Rust, Planck's Constant: Disney's Pirate and Princess Party, Planck's Constant: How to Make the Perfect Hardboiled Egg, Blue Star Chronicles: The Real FOB Falcon, Blue Star Chronicles: Matt Sanchez Interviews a Soldier in Iraq About the Beauchamp Chronicles, Mark My Words: 6 steps minus one equals 10 million dollars, Blue Star Chronicles: al Qaeda Trained in Fallujah, Iraq Under Saddam Hussein's Regime, A Blog For All: Photo of the Day, Outside the Beltway: OTB Caption JamTM, The Virtuous Republican: Details of the Expected Bush Illegal Immigration Crackdown, Is It Just Me?: Rolling Up The Welcome Mat, 123beta: Open Trackback Weekend 10, RightTruth: World Wide War Against America, Big Dog's Weblog: Looking for the Apoogy from Jackass Murtha, Webloggin: Melting polar ice caps spur race to claim oil rich arctic, The Bullwinkle Blog: Moosetracks Open Trackback, MacBro's Place: OTA Friday - 77!, Pursuing Holiness: Another step toward the global cooling crisis, Public Domain: Jessica Biel, CounterCulter: The divine emptiness, The Crazy Rants of Samantha Burns: OTA Weekend, The World According to Carl: Open Trackback Friday — August 10, 2007, Blue Star Chronicles: Angelina Jolie and children hovering over WalMart, The Pink Flamingo: FRI AUG 10 As Predicted – Conservative Bloggers Discover Newark Story, CommonSenseAmerica: Terry Funderburk on Lou Dobbs Tonight - OTA, Dumb Ox Daily News: San Fran Councilman Savages Savage!, Church and State: Weekend Open Trackback Aug. 10-12, 2007, CatSynth.com: Unemployed life, week 2, The Amboy Times: The Minnesota Bridge Fiasco, Adam's Blog: Getting noticed midweek open trackback, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.

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