You may, or you may not know, that Random Idiot Productions, has just filled and other short film. This one was for a 36 hour film competition. A link to it is here. I would advise you to right click and download it. It's kind of big to stream the video. It's a documentary/mocumentary--to me, it leans more to the mocumentary side. I hope you enjoy it, nonetheless.
I have also made a new homepage at margios.podzone.org. I just added a more simpler look, but, in fact, the code is much more complicated. My CSS skill has been improving. I hope to sharpen them more and more, so that one day I am able to use it for money. I've got to pay the bills somehow, right?.
Besides all that nonsense, life has been okay. I've been missing my little bro, Alex. I cooked up so me frozen raviolis and some tomato sauce the other day, and I was reminded of how much Alex loved raviolis. I rememeber after mom died, that we used to eat those a lot. Well, maybe it wasn't a lot, but I remember that.
Well, I went to church today. I woke up early and made the long tiring drive, you know, when you drive the same road to the same place that you always drive to. I love chruch--I don't want to sound like I'm tired of going there. I really love church.
Here's something to think about, since, at church, we've been going through a series of questions that are typically asked by skeptics of Christianity: what happens to the heathen who has never heard of God, or Jesus, or anything of salvation? what happens to them? to they, by default, got to hell? since they "haven't" excepted Christ as his/her savior? It's definately a tough question. Because as Christians, we are suppose to say sorry, but our Almighty, Merciful God is going to condemn that poor heathen to hell, despite he/she never hearing of God or Jesus. Is that fair? It seems not. The only argument a Christian can give is Genesis 3:8, for instance. In this passage the Lord is seeking Adam and Eve after they have eaten the fruit from the forbidden tree--he is seeking the fallen (or the lost). The lost could be thought of as heathen, in today's times. I surely hope the Lord is seeking there poor souls.
I have a few new songs I recorded recently on my web site, which I hope to be updating and improving soon. I recorded these two songs with Sarah. The songs recorded are Blessed be Your Name, a Matt Redman song, and Here is Our King by David Crowder. Both songs were recorded and mastered using Audacity.
I was thinking a while ago how as Christians we have a lot of responsibility. We, in many ways, are responsible for the souls of all mankind. If mankind does not hear the Gospel, then how do they find the Lord. How could God just depend on a select group of selfish, trouble-making, greedy christians, who, in fact, need a constant river of love and salvation from Jesus Christ, himself. I know, I'm just preaching to myself really. I want all of us to try, to lend a hand in spreading something special.
I made my first c program that actually does something. I've written the famous "Hello World!" program before, but this one has a purpose. It calculates the time it takes for two trains to pass one another from a given distance and given constant speed. Then, it takes that time and prompts the user for a specified unit of time. Pretty simple!
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