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And So It Begins...
Sunday, September 25, 2005  

It's been a long time since I've even really thought about blogging, I haven't been much concerned with the "blogoverse" rarely checking blogs that I once frequented.

This morning after church a friend of mine approached me saying that he had come across my blog and was concerned about the previous post (the one with Yoda) and the little quote attached to the picture. He told me he didn't feel it was consistent with what I Confess as a member of the Body of Christ.

At the time I was uncertain to what he was referring, the post after was made more then four months ago and in truth I had largely forgotten about it. On viewing it today I can see what caught his attention.

I must confess when I took the little "How Jedi are You?" quiz I found the comment of the picture to be quite funny, and in truth I still kind of do. When I posted the image to my blog I was not thinking of my relationship with Christ but I should have been. As a Christian I am required to be a light to the world and in this case I most certainly failed in that obligation.

Humour is subjective; my responsibilities as a servant of God are not.

I've decided to not to edit or remove the "Yoda post" on the grounds of accountability. To remove the evidence of sin is to ignore its consequences and is a way of hiding from God and that I think would be another sin.

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