I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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“I’m just not watching anymore TV,” stated my friend. We had just attended a meeting in which someone said the mess in our country was our fault, speaking of senior-aged Christians, laying the blame on our lethargy in letting “stuff” … Continue reading
I almost always read Christian fiction but I’m not very good at finding what I want on my kindle. A few days ago, I finished the triology, Mark of the Lion, and put a hold on another. Last night I … Continue reading
1. I’m sitting here trying to think what to post today. I’m considering confessing all my faults and failures, but after I tell you about both of them, I don’t know what to say. 2. Notice my new picture. The … Continue reading
As covid and age has kept me at home this year, almost all my “good works” (under the law) routine has been dropped aside. Any/all righteousness I have is in Christ – in his grace alone. If I could work … Continue reading
1. Feasting on Ps. 32:1-2 “blessed is the man whose sin the Lord does not count against him” No, not against me because they were already counted against Jesus. Amazing. Can you imagine people who insist on carrying their own … Continue reading
Chap 18 A lot here about sexual sins. We cannot live like the world lives with all its sinful sexual practices; we must obey God. Sanctioned sex is honorable between married partners—a man and a woman who are faithful to … Continue reading
Yesterday’s lesson on Leviticus is important as a basis for todays continuing “living lessons from Leviticus. Chap. 6:1-5 is interesting. If you steal something and then decide to return it, you must add 20% of the value. Another scripture says … Continue reading
Leviticus is the third Book in the Old Testament. The name stems from the Levites who were the priests from the tribe of Levi. Few Christians like to read Leviticus. It is not really a good read for me either; … Continue reading
First off I want to give Thanks and Praise to the Lord for a good cardiologist’s report yesterday. Medical folks went in panic mode a couple weeks ago and sent me to ER when someone found a dissected aorta in … Continue reading