I’ve never done a roundup, so here are 20-ish posts on this blog that fall into at least one ‘The Most…’ category:
The 10 most viewed posts in the past year
1. Making the most of it
Note to self: using very generic post titles will result in lots of search engine visitors.
2. God is…
I continue a chain of quotations on the subject of why the Bible uses so many pictures for God.
3. Looking for a Bible reading plan?
To the best of my knowledge, this is the first and only of my posts to get picked up on Twitter.
4. Jesus’ claims to deity
I posted this 2 days ago. Astounding.
5. Lies women believe about priorities
A post for those ladies who’ve said: “I don’t have time to do everything I’m supposed to do.”
6. Kings and prophets in the Old Testament
Apparently I’m not alone in needing to untangle all those names
7. Lies women believe about circumstances
Example: If my circumstances were different, I would be different.
8. Muy Bueno
Anyone looking for info on the WordPress theme I’m using must have found this post patently useless.
9. Lies women believe about emotions
Such as: “I can’t help how I respond when my hormones are out of whack.”
10. Reflections on 2 Samuel 1-10
The years of David’s reign before the incident with Bathsheba.
10. Lies women believe about marriage
This addresses, among other things, changing your spouse’s character, submission and divorce.
The 5 posts I like the most (in chronological order)
1. He was what??
How could the apostle Peter be sound asleep on the night before his execution?
2. How did that happen?
How did Abraham get Isaac, 100 years younger than him, onto the altar?
The prodigal son had a lousy elder brother. Thankfully, we don’t!
4. Am I to believe that?
A historical fiction short story on the “explanation” given for Jesus’ empty tomb.
5. Don’t make me think (Part 1, Part 2)
My sometimes frustrating search for user manuals online. One post in two parts.
The 5 shortest posts in 2010
In these posts, I manage to make my point without the aid of images, videos or links to external content. I was too lazy to look up posts written before 2010.
1. What was the purpose of the law?
2. 3 things about holiness
3. One-liners on stewardship
4. Why do we have 1&2 Samuel, 1&2 Kings, 1&2 Chronicles?
5. 2 thoughts on Genesis 3:8-10
To satisfy curious minds, the longest post was 1410 words long. It is also the one most likely to bore you to tears 😉
Bonus: The most peculiar search term
“paul and nelima”