Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Mister Rogers Remixed

Clever. The old folks like me will appreciate this.


Ken said...

that was great and funny - amazing how someone was able to get Mr. Roger's voice into a musical cadence like that.

It occurred to me that the refrain - "think about things in the garden of your mind" is what the Newman "acorns to oak trees" development of doctrine is - allowing one's imagination to run wild in the garden of one's mind.

Did you mean that as a connection?

or is that just pure providence of God?

natamllc said...

Years ago my company was asked to do some house cleaning for a man, whose name I won't mention but will add this about him, he along with Walter Cronkite were awarded the same year a Television award for excellence in broadcast journalism.

Anyway, while at this house down in the "war" room on the chalk board was this pithy saying in quotes. "As a man thinks so is he". At first that caught me by surprise because I didn't think this man was a Christian. After a brief thought of joy I thought he might be I then went on to read the "strategy" this man had laid out on the chalk board after that quote. Once I read it and pondered that strategy I realized this man wasn't a Christian, just that he understood that if his broadcast company could capture the imagination of our minds he could control what we think and in some way influence what we do!

The television and radio and movie hall are tools the false prophet uses to control the way we think.

One wonderful thing about the Word of God when pondered repeatedly and constantly is it acts both as a poison and a vitamin to the thoughts of the mind. Poison to destroy worldly thoughts. A vitamin to cause the mind to think as Christ thinks:

Php 4:8 Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.

Grundy said...

It's no autotuned Carl Sagan, but it'll do.

Scott said...