World of Warcraft - Interview with a guild master March 25, 2009 I i think that everyone becomes addicted to wow at some point, and then they stay addicted for a couple of months. That is the dangerous part. But after those months you become more aware of what you actually are missing out on in real life. So then you stop playing. after a couple of more months you start playing again. but most of those that start again always remembers what happened when they got addicted. so they wont let themselfs become addicted again.
The gospel according to Barack Obama March 24, 2009 I've heard everything now! WOWOWOW a "Christian" pastor? I think not! This is a wolf people. Get in the Word pastor! That's what your people need to hear not some ObamaRama message of lies.
World of Warcraft - Interview with a guild master March 23, 2009 Agreed at that last part, I played WoW for a couple years now, I have quit once before when TBC came out because I for "Burned out", 6 months later I cam back and was ready to start the "Fire again" and just started to raid an insane amount, I was actually a raid leader myself (Not GL) and It was an amazing feeling to kill a boss, so now WOTLK came out and I am currently in the "Quitting" mode, just cooling down I guess to start the fire once more i na couple of months, which is usually funner.
God and Gamers - World of Warcraft March 09, 2009 World of Warcraft and religion have a lot in common. They're make believe, their members spend a lot of time killing the other factions, and everyone you hit on is a dude.
World of Warcraft - Interview with a guild master February 21, 2009 WoWs cool, I played it for while. Got about 40-50 something with a tauren druid (Horde FTW). But yeah, its one of the best games ever made. I first decided to stop playing when I spoke to my friend. I quit because of that and because currently I'm doing my A-Levels which as some of you may know are f***ing hard. I feel like playing again when I get to Uni or after Uni. I love other shit as well which will prevent me always playing WoW, but its good to keep hobbies other than WoW.
Photography; Following the Light February 19, 2009 It's a weird story isn't it. But if you take it literally, how would the men know Moses and Elijah? Were there formal introductions or did they have name tags? Why would Peter make such a bizzare offer? And why would God interrupt Peter to demand that he start listening to Jesus?
Something may have happened to inspire this story, but what was it really?
Horton Hears a Who; Belief in the Unbelievable February 19, 2009 i havent seen the old version, but i saw the new one and i was able to receive the same message being told on here the minute i saw it. its another great parable to teach others about faith in the unseen.
Single - living a full life February 18, 2009 PLEASE don't waste your life!
Live it to the full!
Too many religious types tell you to despise this life,
setting aside your plans and passions
to "set aside treasures in heaven."
Or else they threaten you with terrible lies
about an eternal torture chamber operated by "the god of love."
I mean, that's pretty stupid, right?
THIS life is all you have.
The "life after death" is a bronze-age myth.
"Emancipate yourself from mental slavery!
None but ourselves can free our minds!"
- Bob Marley Imaginefree69
Anger and Metallica January 28, 2009 God has no anger. It is impossible. Anger is only in us. It is there because the absence of God is painful and all of us suffer from this absence. Man has written that God is angry because man can mostly only see God in his own image. God is the opposite of anger. Anger is emptiness and God is Plentiful.