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    June 30, 2010


    Tim Chambers

    great post Scott. That's very challenging!

    Tim Schraeder

    boy that will PREACH! thank you.


    totally just ripped this idea off for a post on my site! love your heart and have been following you for a few years now. Praying that God continues to bless you.


    So should I tell you I enjoy this post or should I write my own incredible post?


    Great post and very challenging! I have to admit to be a Most that is becoming a SOME through trusting God and stepping out of the boat in expectation that He will catch me. Appreciate You!


    I am "most" but I wish I was "some"... oh well.

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    Hi pastor. I'm Israel Tarlit, a pastor in the Philippines. I got to find out about your site because of the book BLOGGING CHURCH. We really want use blogging as a way to communicate the gospel. Glad I come across your site. God bless!

    Ben Arment

    LOVE this post.


    Wow Scott,

    TOTALLY blown away by thoughts on are YOU MOST OR SOME?


    Here's one more...
    Most read blog comments. Some actually post.

    Jeremiah Curran

    Hey man... love your stuff!

    The only challenge I had with this post is that it seems to equate someone who is not naturally talented at art or music or writing with someone who is not generous or does not live intimately. I would say that in most of these areas you have listed... it's totally cool to be a "most" because it has to do with how you are wired by God. Like, my life will still be complete if I listen to great music, enjoy great design, read great books, and attend great conferences... whereas areas such as intimacy and generosity have a lot more to do with personal habits, and are things that should be pursued and the goal should be to become a "some". Definitely thought provoking...


    I am content with who I am even though I'll never create beautiful art or write music... I also think that 'most' people think they can write a book, but only 'some' have anything worth saying. Browse a book store or better yet, a used book store, and you'll see very quickly what I mean.

    I second Jeremiah Curren.

    Let's not strive to be "some"thing we're not. ;)


    Great post. Too bad he felt the need to use profanity.

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