• The Holy Communion

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    - Am I saying that secular musicians are not talented?
    - What about secular musicians that are believers?
    - But secular music is better than Christian music
    - Why music... why not tv, games, etc?
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    Is listening to secular music bad
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  • Do not take God's glory

    Don't take God's glory. Never do. God gives you gifts, skills and talents, so the world can see, be amazed and through your giving Him glory, lead people back to Him. This is a reminder, one that I've needed to remind myself over and over again... Do not take God's glory or He will take it back...


Okay geniuses, part 3 in my quicktips series is firefox.  Honestly, these are shortcuts that most firefox users can live without using, but as the name of this post(“quicktips”), these will help u speed up the time you use online. I use the following shortcuts very often:

  • “Ctrl T”: Opens a new tab.
  • “Ctrl W”: Closes a tab.
  • “Ctrl Shift T”: Opens the tab you just closed.
  • “Ctrl N”: Opens a new firefox window.
  • “F6”: Moves to the address bar for you to type a web address.
  • “Ctrl S”: Save the website you’re visiting.
  • “Ctrl P”: Prints the web page you’re visiting.
  • “Ctrl F”: Find something on a web page.
  • “Ctrl Tab”: Moves to the next open tab.
  • “Ctrl Shift Tab”: Moves to the previous open tab.
  • “Ctrl +”:  Zoom in.
  • “Ctrl –“: Zoom out.
  • “F5”: Refresh the page.

The following are some interesting shortcuts and tips (I don’t use these ones often):

  • “Spacebar”: Scrolls down the page.
  • “Shift Spacebar”: Scrolls up the page.
  • Middle-click on a link: Opens that link in a new tab.
  • Hold “Ctrl” and click on a link: Opens that link in a new tab
  • “F11”: Makes the browser window fullscreen… if you’re interested, I hardly use it.
  • “Ctrl U”: Shows the source code for the web page you’re viewing. This feature has a disadvantage though, you can’t edit the source for the webpage through the firefox page source viewer. I guess this is for webpage copyright reasons.
  • “Ctrl J”: Opens the downloads window to view the list of recently downloaded files.

Finally, something I’ve noticed among many firefox users I know is this. When they are downloading a file, it doesn’t show them the location to save or download the file to. The file downloads automatically to the desktop. To fix this, go to “Tools – Options” or press “Alt T O”. then click on the “Main” tab and select  “Always ask me where to save files” then click “OK”. Use the window below as a guide.

Hope these tips were useful.

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