Weekly Recap: December 12-17

Good morning from Beverly Hills, Florida.

“It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” started playing the other day on my Sirius holiday channel.  I thought, with 80-degree weather, “not so much.”  Like other parts of the country, even Florida is enjoying unseasonably warm weather. But people still decorate.  Yes, even with snowmen.

It’s also the time of year where we take a holiday break from blogging and repost the top 10 posts for 2021 in terms of reader views.   Tomorrow, we will begin with #10.

With almost 2900 posts, many of our posts from years past still receive many hits.  In fact, the top 3 most-read posts of 2021 were written in past years.  We’ve linked those below.  Of course, this post, with its recap and quick links,  offers you a way to catch up in case you missed any this week.

We wish each of you a joyful holiday season and a very Merry Christmas.

God bless,

Ken

 

Sunday Seed Thoughts:  Ruminations From the Space Coast

 

 

Word of the Week:  Goodwill

 

 

The Ministry of Silence

 

 

 

A Passage To Ponder: Ecclesiastes 7:2

 

 

 

Did Jesus Exist Before His Birth?

 

 

 

Friday’s List To Live By #67

 

 

 

 

BONUS POSTS

 

Attributes of God From A-Z

This post written from Athens, Greece, in 2018 received the 6th most hits of 2018.  For some reason, unknown to me, it has skyrocketed to the most read post in our 10 years of writing.

 

 

Are You a Builder or a Wrecker?

Written in December 2015, this post wasn’t even in the top 10 for the year, now it has skyrocketed to #2 on the list of reader hits.

 

This, Too, Shall Pass

This May 2018 post apparently has resonated with lots of people, as it is the 3rd most accessed post on our blog site.

 

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