Weekly Podcast: July 28, 2014

Does Anything Last?

Welcome to this week’s podcast!  This week, let’s consider what is really permanent in this world, certainly it isn’t cell phones, since I’ve just tossed a perfectly good one into my box of old phones that I no longer use, in spite of the fact that they all work just fine.

Yep, we live in a throw away world, does anything really last>


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About Don Merritt

A long time teacher and writer, Don hopes to share his varied life's experiences in a different way with a Christian perspective.
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7 Responses to Weekly Podcast: July 28, 2014

  1. paulfg says:

    Garden of Eden springs to mind. What I did not know I did not miss. Now I know I need it. Now!!

    The other thing? I am young – I never knew your “when you were young”. How can I want what I never knew? Particularly if that means giving up what I take for granted – my “when I was young” is “it is what it is” now.

    God is and always will be – the rest is (and always will be) a distraction. Until we each reach our own time of wanting more than ONLY the stuff I take for granted.

    Keep “podding” – love your words coming through the speakers. They always make me think a little differently.

  2. Elaine says:

    Great podcast this morning Don! I had to chuckle as you talked about replacing perfectly good phones that work with new phones that work also. lol Things certainly are different and I admit I love using the technology too–at least the part I can figure out! My growing up years however were similar to yours. Moms never had to worry about sending us out to play because lots of Moms were around and kept an eye on everyone’s kids. Have a great day my friend!!

  3. Tom says:

    Very good Don! I like that we need to use the things of this world without depending on them. I also understand the changing of phones because technology requires it, not personal need or breakdown.

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