Monday, July 23, 2012

HOTT Dwarfs

Don't you mean hot dwarves?!



Actually, HOTT refers to Hordes of The Things, a fun set of fantasy wargame rules based on the popular historical ancient rules, De Bellis Antiquitatis (DBA). And I have seen the plural of dwarf spelled dwarves and dwarfs.

In any case, I started painting up a new set of Old Glory spearmen. I love the old Games Workshop dwarfs, but I think these guys have a bit more character. (Plus GW doesn't make dwarf spearmen any more.) I'll post some pictures up soon.

By the way, it is HOT in Bakersfield today. 94 degrees now and inching toward 100.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Friday, March 25, 2011

The Annuciation

Since today is the Feast of the Annunciation, here are some of Martin Luther's reflections. Notice that the greatest miracle is the faith of blessed Mary. May we all pray for such faith!

"To this poor maiden marvelous things were announced: that she should be the mother of the All Highest, whose name should be the Son of God. He would be a King and of his Kingdom there would be no end. It took a mighty reach of faith to believe that this baby would play such a role. Well, Mary might have said, “Who am I, little worm, that I should bear a King?” She shut her eyes and trusted in God who could bring all things to pass, even though common sense were against it; and because she believed, God did to her as he said…. there are here three miracles: that God and man should be joined in this Child, that a mother should remain a virgin; that Mary should have such faith as to believe that this mystery would be accomplished in her. The last is not the least of the three. The Virgin birth is a mere trifle for God; that God should become man is a greater miracle; but most amazing of all is that this maiden should credit the announcement that she, rather than some other virgin had been chosen to be the mother of God...."

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Handel on my Mind....

"From Books & Culture: A Christian Review, a fascinating assessment of how Lutheran, Catholic, Anglican, secular, aristocratic, and commercial influences combined to shape a man with a serious claim to the title of England’s greatest composer."  Michael Potemra

Here

First post of 2011!

Do I get a medal or something?

Long time; no write.