Rising Up While Getting Deeper

August 3, 2012 at 9:10 am | Posted in Arise | 2 Comments
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July, 2012, was a banner month for The Deep End, as far as the number of views this site received. The previous record for most views in a month was broken – and by a lot! While the number of views has been rapidly rising for a while now, something happened in July to really kick things into gear. I wish I could say I knew what it was. I’m thankful to the Lord for allowing me to keep posting, and I’m grateful to everyone who subscribes and reads. If you find something interesting here in The Deep End, take a deep breath, swim around for awhile, and leave a comment or two.

In celebration, I’m going to post the links to the category called “Arise” which contains a series of posts about the account of Naboth’s vineyard. The idea for these posts came directly from R.G. Lee’s famous sermon, “Payday Someday,” which is one of my all time favorites.

Arise: Naboth’s Vineyard, Ahab’s Vice, and God’s Vengeance

Part 1
I. The Pious Patriarch
II. The Pouting Potentate

Part 2
III. The Poisonous Puppeteer
IV. The Pestering Prophet

Part 3
V. The Preeminent Precept

Part 4
VI. The Poignant Payment
(The Passive Pointer)
VII. The Punctual Punishment

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  1. […] – spurred by a tremendous month of July – The Deep End hit another one of those round-number milestones in number of views all-time. […]

  2. […] outpost, I know. There are times when the number of views picks up to a jogging and even a sprinting pace, but for the most part, the number views and viewers progresses at a steady march. In honor of […]


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