And then I recovered and realized that on Facebook (it seems) people only tell what they’re doing. On blogs, at least the better ones, people reflect on what their doing.
That would appear to make blogging more valuable (he wrote while patting himself on the back). It may explain the difference between improper and proper personal disclosures. If it’s done in a way that let’s people know who shouldn’t, then it’s improper. If it’s done for the purpose of generalizing about the human predicament, then its proper. (But it better be good.)
IntroductionWelcome! This blog is dedicated to those reforming legalists who want nothing more than to rest wholly in the finished work of Calvary's Lamb. It is my aim to provide helpful insights and posts to help those struggling with the sin of works righteousness fight the fight of faith and come to rest in Christ's finished work. My name is Matthew Blair and I am a dog groomer (yep, a groomer), reformed in my theology, husband to Rhoda, dad to Alexis and Savanah, and a member of Calvary Baptist Church. I would also like to invite you to visit my other blog "Life With A Bible", and my website dedicated to the works and life of Octavius Winslow!
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