I was invited by HERITAGE OF GRACE to participate in a blog challenge, so here goes!
Here are the questions:
What is your favorite hymn?
This is a hard one! I love Be Thou My Vision, Jesus I Am Resting, Resting, Come Thou Fount, To God Be the Glory, and I Am Resolved in particular. It is hard to choose a favorite because they all impart such wonderful, Christ-honoring truths.
What do you consider to be the most difficult book of the Bible? Why?
Ezekiel used to be difficult for me until I took my Faith Bible Institute courses and then it made perfect sense! (I used to not have a clue what "wheels inside of wheels" meant - until I studied God's Throne Chariot and His Shekinah Glory Cloud!) I do think Revelations, Ezekiel and Daniel are the three most misunderstood books of the Bible, if that qualifies as a "difficulty".
A character trait you most admire in people?
Probably loyalty. And then mercy and thankfulness.
What do you like most about your family?
I like the size (ten altogether). I like that everyone is so different, both in looks and personality.
What do you wish you could do more of?
Bowling? Witnessing? Eating chocolate?
Favorite author and book?
Hmmm. This is a tough one! Probably Prisoners of the Sea by Florence Kingsley and Pearl Maiden by H. R. Haggard.
Do you prefer active/outdoor activities or creative/indoor activities?
Both actually! If I'm outside, I love to be doing volleyball and I'm learning how to play Ultimate Frisbee. I'm mostly inside, though, and I love crafts, card making, and writing.
Do you keep a journal/diary?
Nope. I write enough as it is!
What is your favorite healthy food or recipe (ex: blueberries)?
Health food. Well, that all depends on what you classify as health food! (Chocolate and coffee can be classified as healthy!) But, I think I get the idea. I love cottage cheese, fresh fruit, fresh peas, regular cheese, salmon, nuts....I can't possibly pick just one! I love food!
Do you think music is neutral or does it have an influence on those who listen?
Music neutral? Absolutely not! It has a most definite influence. After all, Lucifer was the covering cherub who was created with musical instruments inside him. And he wants to corrupt music and turn the beautiful invention of God into something evil. Some of the most promising Christians I have seen go into a fast downwards, worldly spiral once they get into any form of rock&roll. So, yes, it has a definite influence.
Which historical person (besides Biblical characters) do you most admire?
Jean Cavalier. At age 19, he was one of the most successful Protestant generals known in his era. He lead a very valiant revolt against religious persecution in France. Another hero of mine is William Wilberforce, one of the greatest abolitionists of all time.
What do you like best about blogging?
Getting to meet new people and sharing my thoughts/life adventures!
Thank you for tagging me, Heritage of Grace!