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Ichthyological Study

Fifty bonus points if you know what Ichthyological means.
Sometimes, I can get so caught up in what I am doing that I don’t take a minute out to rest. Kind of why God instituted the Sabbath, I am sure. Those of us in “church work”, whatever form that may take, can be especially susceptible. Sunday is the “big work day” and the focus of our whole week. But for some reason, things need to be done on the other six days as well. And if we take a day off in the middle of the week, we may feel like we are “cheating”. I know for me, that was something that for years I needed to repent of. Working all day Saturday to get ready for Sunday. Working from six to two on Sunday, then feeling guilty for staying home Thursday.

Yesterday, Jason Reynolds and I stole away for a few hours and enjoyed some of what God created here in our backyard. We loaded up a couple kayaks and floated along the Loxahatchee river.
Here is a picture of the sun peeking through the trees:
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We launched a little after daybreak and floated down through the canopy for a while. Then turned around and headed back up.

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With all this nature and God’s creation around us, what makes this a technology related post?
This:
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Two guys taking pictures of each other, taking pictures of each other, with the two most technologically advanced phones currently on the market.
Speaking of needing to repent…..

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