July 2013 Synchroblog – Light Summer Reading

2 Jul

It’s the dog days of summer … really hot in some places, really not in others.  We think some light summer reading is in order this month.  So … we’re asking you to tell a story.  Not just any story, but tell a story of your favorite prank.  Maybe you were the prankee.  Maybe you were the prankster.  Maybe you just heard about the prank from friends.  Whatever manner you know about the prank … we’re looking forward to reading the story of the best prank you know about.

The date of this month’s synchroblog has changed to the 3rd Wednesday of the month, July 17.

If you wish to participate, leave a comment below with your name, and the link to your blog post.  Please do this by the evening of Tuesday, July 16 to make sure you’re included.


9 Responses to “July 2013 Synchroblog – Light Summer Reading”

  1. Loveday via Visionhub July 8, 2013 at 7:05 pm #

    Satan, The Prank That Never Worked
    When the topic for July SynchroBlog: Light Summer Reading was announced, I thought I was being pranked into thinking about pranks that are significant to our lives as Christians and also our drive to attain perfection.

    My mind immediately travelled to some of the pranks that satan tried to play on Jesus in order to test if truly He was the Son of God, or if truly Jesus knows His rights as the Son of God….

  2. Loveday via Visionhub July 12, 2013 at 5:07 am #

    As satan’s prank did not work on Jesus Christ, ‘it’ became angry and has since exerted ‘it’s’ anger and revenge on man.

    Jesus was able to rebuff satan’s pranks simply because He is THE WORD OF GOD, and He used the Words of God in His responses to the devil’s advances.

    Imagine what would have happened to Father Abraham if he had listened to satan instead of the Voice of God when he was told to leave his father’s land of Ur and head to a land which God has prepared for him. Also when God told him to sacrifice his ONLY son, who he had at a very old age.

    I’ll just leave you to kick start your imagination over that…….

    My Links for This Month’s Synchroblog:

    Satan’s Prank on Man: http://visionhub.org/satans-prank-on-man.html
    Satan, The Prank That Never Worked: http://visionhub.org/satan-the-prank-that-never-worked.html

  3. Jeremy Myers July 12, 2013 at 10:59 pm #

    My post will be “The Date Jesus will Return is Finally Revealed!”

    Here’s the link: http://www.tillhecomes.org/date-jesus-will-return/

    It will go up on Tuesday, July 16

  4. Glenn Hager July 16, 2013 at 5:51 pm #

    It’s my favorite prank: Why My Kids Will Never Forget When They “Forgot” Me

  5. Liz July 17, 2013 at 11:07 am #

    Here’s mine (sorry it’s late) http://gracerules.wordpress.com/2013/07/17/you-had-to-be-there/


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