The week before Christmas we lost two friends to the Covid virus. Their age and comorbidities were contributing factors. But both were believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. Yet in some ways it doesn’t make it any easier to lose a loved one. A friend of mine wrote the following blog which I thought wasContinue reading “Assured Hope”
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The older you get the faster life seems to go. Even if you live to be a hundred, that’s a blink in comparison to eternity. Years ago I listened to a preacher tell a story about a conversation he had with a high school student. He started by asking the young man what he wasContinue reading “Then What?”
Four Things the O.T. Law Cannot Do
Have you ever seen a sign that said, “Wet Paint Don’t Touch”? What’s the first thing that comes across your mind? If you are honest, I would say that most people think about touching it. How about “Don’t Walk on the Grass!” Makes you want to walk on the grass. We call it human nature.Continue reading “Four Things the O.T. Law Cannot Do”
Memorial Day 2010
Early on Memorial Day 2010 I got one of those calls that we don’t want to get. I was at work. My wife’s voice on the other end said, “I think your dad died.” Well as the process of events unraveled over the next couple days you begin to hear the many stories of howContinue reading “Memorial Day 2010”
What’s pulling your Train – the Engine or the Caboose?
Often decisions about what is right and what is wrong are defined according to what one feels. Feelings motivate people to do a whole host of things. As a young boy I was hammering on a piece of wood. I hit my thumb. In anger I swung the hammer again and hit my thumb aContinue reading “What’s pulling your Train – the Engine or the Caboose?”
Have You Thanked God Today?
When I worked full time, I passed a church sign that read something like this, ‘Have you thanked God today?’ The sign was really convicting and I drove by it often. I don’t know about you, but I complain way too much about things. You can’t be complaining and thankful at the same time. Continue reading “Have You Thanked God Today?”