my ideal top fives

my top five favourite spiritual authors:
1: J.C. Ryle
2: A. W. Tozer 
3: Jonathan Edwards
4:Samuel Rutherford

5: H. Bonar (I never remember how to spell his first name.)

my top five favourite novelist\fiction writers:

1: J.R.R. Tolkien.

2:C.S Lewis

3: Jane Austen

4: G.A. Henty

5: I can’t decide. I like R.L. Stevenson, Douglas Bond, I’ve read some Shakespeare and mark Twain, and there was some other guy I really liked, but I can’t remember him or his book’s name. (this is probably known as something like ‘reader’s block’.)

My top five favourite movies:

1: The Lord of the Rings (all three)

2: Gods and Generals (though I don’t watch it any more than once a year)

3: Pride and Prejudice

4: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

5: either Amazing Grace, or the National Treasure series.

My top five goals in life:

1: to glorify Christ in all that I do

2: to be a writer

3: to go on a missions trip, and possibly to be a Missionary\preacher.

4: to raise a family

5: to grow more mature in the Word of God, and spiritually, and to remain completely immature in every other area.

My top five favourite cars:

1: Corvette ZO6 (laugh all you want)

2: Ferrari 599 GTB

3: Ferrari Enzo

4: Lamborghini Gallardo

5: Rolls Royce Phantom

My top five favourite Lego sets:

1: Ultimate Collectors Edition Millennium Falcon.

2: Exo-Force Mobile Devastator

3: Exo-Force Sentai Fortress

4: Collectors Edition Imperial Star Destroyer

5: Exo-Force Golden Guardian

Top five stupid things I would do if given the chance:

1: go to Antarctica

2: Sky-dive

3: Bungee jump

4: hang-glide

5: snow-board

top five musical artists:

1: Keith Green\Rich Mullins

2: Third Day\Casting Crowns

3: Michael Card

4: Classic musicians

5: David Crowder Band\ MercyMe

O.K., so I cheated on that last one.

 sorry about that small print. I tried my best to fix it.

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  1. #1 by emmawoodhouse on April 17, 2008 - 9:23 pm

    ‘5: to grow more mature in the Word of God, and spiritually, and to remain completely immature in every other area.’
    I think you’ve got that one figured out.
    Just so everyone knows, the Pride and Prejudice he refers to is the one-and-only 1995 version, in comparision with which the others aren’t even worth mentioning. Just my opinion.
    ~Emma

  2. #2 by Hannah Brandon on April 18, 2008 - 3:17 pm

    Ha ha ha

  3. #3 by Hannah Brandon on April 19, 2008 - 1:15 pm

    I would like to do all the things you said, but snow-board

  4. #4 by Hannah on April 22, 2008 - 1:51 pm

    Top 5 stupid things I would do if given a chance.

    I think out of those five, I would rather bungee jump.

    HEB

  5. #5 by maidenoftheroses on April 22, 2008 - 2:15 pm

    Ok, so you do like David Crowder. Surprising. He has a great voice. From what I’ve heard so far, I like: Never Let Go, Everything Glorious, and Remedy best. Have you heard Rush of Fools? Great top fives, BTW.

  6. #6 by ellie16 on April 23, 2008 - 1:10 pm

    My five favourite musical artists are:
    1. Rich Mullins
    2. Rich Mullins
    3. Rich Mullins
    4. Casting Crowns Michael Card
    5. Mercyme Keith Green Fernado Ortaga

    So why didn’t you tell your top Hymns 😉 ? ‘Cause there were 76 of them?

    Liked this post
    ~Ellie

  7. #7 by flinding on April 24, 2008 - 5:45 pm

    Hannah B: What’s so funny?
    HEB: Oh, your such a risk taker. 🙂 just kidding. I supose bungee jumping is good and safe as opposed to sky-diving.
    MOR: Yes, I have heard “rush of Fools’. I’ve only heard like three of their songs, but they have a neat sound, and their words are prety good.
    Ellen: Each to their taste.

  8. #8 by Emily on June 22, 2010 - 11:17 am

    and a remake of this one. with more categories.

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