Last Saturday evening I had my 35th high school reunion.
I’m wondering where those 35 years went. They came and left so quickly and silently.
I got reacquainted with a lot of old friends and semi-familiar faces.
But at one time in the evening one of the ladies walked by me Continue reading
I overheard this story the other day; the wife was gone and the husband was out working in the yard. It was one of those hot, muggy East Texas days and he became rather thirsty.
He decided to hop in his pickup and ride up to the corner store to get a coke or Gatorade.
He wasn’t gone very long at all; just up the road and back. Continue reading
For 2 days I have written about Islam.
I want to state that the Islamic people are not the enemy!
I do not agree with Islamic way but, again, the people are not the enemy! Continue reading
You’ll often hear that Islam is a religion of peace.
Is this true?
Yes, it is, as long as you are living under and obeying Islamic Sharia law.
But step outside the bounds and the penalty can be pretty harsh. Continue reading
I read a lot of articles and commentaries about an Islamic takeover in other nations, specifically in Europe.
There is concern that if we keep giving into the Muslim community that we will lose our Christian identity and become the repressed minority. Continue reading
Do you hold onto the past?
If you do, you will find it very difficult to move forward because the past will keep dragging you down.
I received a Facebook message the other evening from someone I don’t know. Continue reading
Prayer and fasting definitely leads to a closer relationship to the Father.
Fasting will be one of the most difficult things you will ever do.
Each of us has a love-affair with food and much more!
But if you desire to know God much better then try fasting.
A young lady I know recently purchased a Miken Freak.
If that name wasn’t enough to catch my attention, she said she bought it for $340.
I had to Google that name and when I did, I came up with a baseball/softball bat. Continue reading
Daniel may have had an attitude challenge.
He says he was reading the book of the prophets and understood that Jerusalem would lie in ruins for 70 years.
I don’t know about you but I feel a complaint coming on; Continue reading
Nehemiah was living in Shushan when one of his Jewish friends arrived from Judah with the news, “The survivors who are left from the captivity in the province are there in great distress and reproach. The wall of Jerusalem is also broken down, and its gates are burned with fire.” Neh 1:3
Nehemiah could have stomped, snorted, and asked, “What are they doing back home? Why doesn’t someone get off their backside and build? What’s wrong with the government back home?” Continue reading