A Christian Context

What is this wisdom that has been granted Him?

Mark 6:2
Ezekiel 2:2-5; Psalms 123:1-4; II Corinthians 12:7-10; Mark 6:1-6

A small group of self-styled linguists have compiled a list of so-called “brilliant new words” which they believe should be added to our present-day vocabulary. Included among them is the term “Nonversation” — which simply means a completely useless conversation. Also suggested is the familiar-sounding “Cellfish,” only in this case spelled C-E-L-L. The authors offered that brilliant new word to describe any person who carries on an obnoxiously-loud phone conversation, in a public place. Also on the list is the hybrid “Chairdrobe,” which, as you probably guessed is a chair used instead of a closet for hanging clothes — and should not be confused with the dreaded “Floordrobe” — a messy situation which every parent of a teen is no doubt familiar with. The list also includes the word “Youniverse” — which is spelled Y-O-U — providing a handy label for those who think they are the center of the traditional spelling of that word! And finally, we have “Unlightening,” which is defined as a…

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