Well I joined and what a pandora's box it's been. I'm pretty outgoing so the idea of posting what I'm doing at any given time isn't threatening nor is the fact that the class dunce is now a Ph.d candidate. I've found that the cutest girl on campus in high school now looks like worn leather. The underweight nerd still has his hair, has grown into his nose, and looks great. The boy that teased me unmercifully in elementary really had a crush on me and my college persona is in the past...so stop putting stuff on my wall about it. (Sorry that's facebook talk.) Some of my classmates from elementary (yes that far back), jr. high, high school, and college follow the Lord but many do not. The homecoming king of senior year is talking about God's provisions and blessings while the rebel is now an Awana table leader.
What I do mind is I find it's quite addicting. Can it be another tool used for God's glory or will it be another idol that takes a stronghold?
This week I'll be posting about the praises and perils of Facebook. I hope you don't wading the waters of this little diversion.
Look up Hebrews 10:25 or Deuteronomy 7:25-26 and ponder what those verses have to do with Facebook. I'll post you tomorrow.