As Alan Jackson sings, “I love to tell the story. . . to tell the old old story of Jesus and His love,” I am reminded of Alan Redpath. He came to the podium to address a large group of seminary students. He was older at the time, and stood tottering, grasping the podium to … More I Love to Tell the Story
Fugit Irreparabile Tempus. It escapes, irretrievable time.
It’s quiet on the deck this morning. Water gurgles as it falls into the ponds. Birds sing to awaken the morning. I can’t hear it, but we know that “the whole creation has been groaning. . .” That’s what Apostle Paul said in his letter to the Roman Believers. And from my iPad Bradley Walker … More Sing Me To Heaven
Want to step into your prayer closet? Want to pray? Don’t know where to start, how to begin? Y’shuaJesus gave this advise:
They sat again on the deck, by the pond in the garden, talking of many things. Just a man and his father enjoying the afternoon together. A few leaves, already brown, fell gracefully all around at the touch of a breeze. “I’m curious,” said the man’s father, “why you thought you’d somehow not be sitting … More Another Day in the Garden
Pastor Marvin Williams blogs at Marvin Williams “8 Questions to Ask Before We Listen To A Sermon.” I enjoyed what Pastor Williams had to say, and plan to employ those things that are new to me, and haven’t been done before. Lord Bless, Keep, Shine. . .
In the event you are new to the whole upset-woman thing, there a lot of not-so-apparent ways to determine if a woman is upset. So here’s one. Last night a man’s wife walks in late from work with several hot dishes of Chinese. “There’s Chinese if you want it,” she says to her husband.