I’ve written close to 800 posts for DALANEL in these three years. I wanted to look back at my favorites. Most likely, featured posts will not be listed. But, it’s my list and my rules. I’ll put whatever the heck I want. Please.
Those are two links. And, unofficially, A Brother’s Work Is Never Done is a continuation of the original post. Also, What Is A Good Brother is the first post I ever wrote. These are probably my favorite posts of all time.
People needed to be informed. I set them straight.
I there’s really only one group of people you should look up to.
Ah, I really had a good time with the quizzes. For me, they got it right.
One of my favorite “theological” pieces.
I say this is the moment when I decided to officially label myself as a blogger over a writer.
As kids of God, we will be healed. Sometimes, it’s a matter of when.
Another post talking about what can sometimes be said of my struggle for an identity in the writing sphere.
These two posts touch on the same subject, but are different enough to pull them both here.
This was the result of losing a debate of what “fear the Lord your God” means. For a lot of the people in this group discussion I was in, they thought you should really be scared of God. This post is my take on the subject.
My great grandmother turned 90. In that post is a list of awesome things she’s doing even at that time. Continuing the thought process behind my “Role Models” post, she is somebody I look up to.
I love Fred Hammond. I can’t say that list is my top favorites. I can only say I really like those songs.
Over the years, I’ve concluded that I’m not really the leader type of person. But, I am a key player on the team.
There’s a lot of things involved with a blog. There’s a lot of things that will make or break a blog. I think that passion is a very key part of that. Love what you write about.
One of three satirical articles I have posted on the site, I talk about how a bottle of virgin olive oil became pregnant.
That time when God showed up and helped me pass my driver’s test when I gave up. I don’t wanna say too much because it’ll spoil the surprise of how it happened.
And so, these are quite possibly and likely, my favorite posts that I’ve written here at DALANEL. Of course, if I were to do this again a week from now, it could look different. Thanks for reading.