We just closed out the second day of AT&T technicians trying to figure out why our uVerse internet isn't working. We had three techs here today for a total of nine hours, and they still weren't able to get it to work. One of the three really seems to know what he's doing, and he claims to have found and fixed all kinds of problems with the lines leading up to our house. Despite this, it's still not working. He says he has no idea how it could ever have been working. And yet, it was. For two weeks.
He's coming back tomorrow to work on it some more. Stay tuned.
I'll say a prayer for your service to become functional.
Therefore, if they fix it, you'll have evidence God exists. :-)
> I'll say a prayer for your service to become functional.
Thanks. As long as you're talking to God, perhaps you could also put in a good word for my friend Andrea? She is a 36-year-old mother of 4 and a devout Southern Baptist who was recently diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. She needs God's help more than I do.
> Therefore, if they fix it, you'll have evidence God exists. :-)
And if Andrea dies I guess that will be evidence that someone didn't pray hard enough.
Almighty and Eternal God,
You are the everlasting health of those who believe in You.
Hear us for Your sick servant Andrea
for whom we implore the aid of Your tender mercy,
that being restored to bodily health,
she may give thanks to You in Your Church.
Through Christ our Lord.
That's nicer than the rationalist position, isn't it?
>And if Andrea dies I guess that will be evidence that someone didn't pray hard enough.
It doesn't work that way. When Jesus did healings, you'll note he didn't heal everyone in the crowd.
> That's nicer than the rationalist position, isn't it?
Yes, much nicer. Thanks.
> It doesn't work that way.
Apparently not. My uVerse service is still not working. Pray harder. ;-)
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