May 18, 2007

God Did!

Growin’ up I overheard all the grown ups sayin’
You better be prayin’ and sayin’
All the right little things at the right little times
And I had it down... at least on the outside
I’d put my best side forward I could smile with the best
And dress like the rest of the messed up church folk singin’ a song

Are you sitting down with all your sin and shame all stored up
Are you ready to live for what the law could not do
God did

Could it be that morality got the best of you and me
Got us thinking that we’re on the brink
Of a drink of the cup that’s all filled up
With the cross havin’ even a little to do with us
It was His day and it was His way
To the glory of His grace
Took our disease enough to please
The Father of lights to bruise Jesus

Maybe do’s and don’ts were made to show
How much we do and don’t ever make it

God Did - Shane and Shane - Clean

“Lord, help us to understand the depth of Your ever sovereign sacrifice in Jesus. That what the Law could not do, weak as it was through the flesh, God did: sending His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh and as an offering for sin, He condemned sin in the flesh…” (Rom 8:3)

Posted by tomglass at 11:10 AM

May 16, 2007


Vote for me!! :)

Just uploaded my first image to this site... it's worth a try. =D

Posted by tomglass at 10:56 PM

May 15, 2007

Food for thought

“Do you suppose that abuses are eliminated by destroying the object which is abused? Men can go wrong with wine and women. Shall we then prohibit and abolish women?”
– Martin Luther

This made me laugh. Men can go wrong with a lot of things, because we're sinful creatures. Our first father is the devil, so we are easily taken captive by his lies. This quote is mainly food for thought. =)

Posted by tomglass at 02:08 PM

May 11, 2007


I recently stumbled across this amazing website - Fractal World Gallery

Curiosity lead me to wikipedia for some quick education:
Wikipedia: Fractals This is amazing stuff! Click on the self-similar link on the wikipedia page and also on Koch snowflake.

A fractal as a geometric object generally has the following features:
- It has a fine structure at arbitrarily small scales.
- It is too irregular to be easily described in traditional Euclidean geometric language.
- It is self-similar (at least approximately or stochastically).
- It has a Hausdorff dimension which is greater than its topological dimension (although this requirement is not met by space-filling curves such as the Hilbert curve).
- It has a simple and recursive definition.

All I can do is praise and give God glory for His amazing creation. Finite mathematics that show us a glimpse of infinity. Not that God or infinity/eternity are self-similar or repetitive... just the concept of limitlessness (is that a word?).
Which brings me to think about eternity... When I ponder thoughts of heaven, thanks to Peter Hubbard's sermon, I can only think of NO CLOY!!!!

"He shall be the end of our desires who shall be seen without end, loved without cloy, praised without weariness." Augustine

Posted by tomglass at 10:18 AM

May 09, 2007

Adopted Cousins

So, I've adopted some new cousins...

About two or three weeks ago, Rachel and Anna Rose kept me company in the lobby of my office while their mother was speaking to one of our loan officers. We had a blast, I gave them candy and stuff to draw on... Come to find out, they are my friend Michelle's cousins! Yesterday was Anna Rose's birthday, so I helped Michelle kidnap them and take them to the park and then ice cream. It was a blast!!

Anna Rosie


Michelle and the girls

This is my favorite shot! :) Smile!

Posted by tomglass at 09:20 AM