I was studying my Sunday school lesson, this evening. The subject was about being diligent in our stewardship of what God has allowed us to have. The subject covered more than just money.
The title of the second point was “Carelessness Leads To Disaster!” (by Greg Keenen). The scripture reference was from Proverbs 10:4-5 (by King Soloman). Continue reading
I have been concerned about a spirit of intolerance in our country. I’m aware of the political differences and the impatience of even listening to a thought that may be different than your own. I’m aware there is a movement to restrict our free speech by attaching labels (racist, misogynist, xenophobic, etc.) to someone in order to try to silence a discussion. Continue reading
I’m at an awkward place in my life.
There are two dates coming up shortly, that represents painful memories for me. The first date is this coming Sunday. My church is having its annual Thanksgiving dinner after the evening service. Two years ago, Terrie wasn’t feeling well and didn’t make it for the service or to the dinner. I went alone and felt alone. Seeing family and friends sitting together, laughing, and having a good time was difficult for me. Continue reading
I’ve been pondering a question that was asked by Dr. Paul David Tripp in his video series entitled “JONAH: You Can’t Outrun Grace”. His question was “Do you share God’s heart?”
I’m sure I’ve heard the question, in one form or another in my nearly forty years of being a Christian, but in the context it was presented, which was Jonah running from God and God not giving up on him, the question seemed to germinate in me and forced me to examine how I look upon and react to others. Continue reading
Saturday was a beautiful start to November. A bright sunny day with the temperatures in the mid-70’s and a light breeze from the North.
I had the usual Saturday duties to perform: laundry, haircut, drug store, lunch, studying and then grocery shopping.
I thought I wanted a Burger King Whopper with cheese and a chocolate shake for lunch. That could have carried me past supper time and even to breakfast. Continue reading