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Genesis 40: Remembering Jesus

1 And it came to pass after these things, that the butler of the king of Egypt and his baker had offended their lord the king of Egypt. 1,808 more words

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Old Treasures and New

Jesus said, in Matthew 13:52, that a disciple of the kingdom is one who brings our of their treasury both old and new treasures. God is eternal and has declared the end from the beginning, for him, the old and the new are all from his treasury. 1,086 more words

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Pre-Christmas Reflection

We are already just a few days before Christmas. I’m not sure how that happened, and I’m not ready for it at all.

Every so often, I like to look at some of the other versions of common Bible stories; it’s useful to hear the stories from a slightly different angle, deriving a different meaning. 618 more words

Without the angels

Without the angels

Studying geology
Without rocks
Studying math
Without numbers
Studying art
Without colors
Studying chemistry
Without chemicals
Studying music
Without encountering sound

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Joseph Writes: Feelings


“You deserve coal!!!”

(Not happy about having to put away his clean, folded clothes, he pushed the pile onto the floor… I told him now he would need to fold them then put them away. 7 more words

Joseph

Pop Quiz, Hot Shot: The First Christmas


It’s been approximately 2015 years since the first¬†Christmas.¬†See how well you do on these 10 questions about the birth of Jesus Christ…

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The address of 'target_tweet' will never be NULL!?

How do I go about getting around this warning? it obviously prevents me from compiling with gcc. Am I missing something?

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
int main(void) { 

         int MAX_TWEET_SIZE = 32;
         char target_tweet;
         int MAX_SIZE = 140
         char tweet;
          int match = 0;

         printf("Enter Target Tweet\n");

         fgets(target_tweet, MAX_TWEET_SIZE, stdin);

         if (target_tweet[0] != '#'){
                         printf ("ERROR\n");
                         return 0;
                 }


         printf("Enter Tweets!\nenter '.' to quit:\n"){

         while (1){
                 scanf("%s", tweet);
                 if (strcmp(tweet, target_tweet == 0)){ /* error comes in here */
                         print ("Tweet Matched.\n");
                         match = match + 1;
                 }

                 if ((tweet[0] = '.')){
                         printf("%d tweet(s) matched\n", match);
                         break;
                  }
          }
return 0;
}
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