Solar Eclipse

Last week we had an opportunity to witness a total Solar Eclipse in this country. Many were very excited about this eclipse. I personally think eclipses are amazing works of God. Some were calling it once in a lifetime event. In the 20th century there were 226 solar eclipses. Somewhere around the world, eclipse happens about once every 18 months …

On Loan…

Today we are bombarded by ads to buy…. When you turn on the television or radio, you hear commercial after commercial about products. Products like cars, carpet, new bathrooms, and services like remodeling, repair & legal are just some of the few. That’s not to forget that info commercial that’s a half-hour long talking about the brand new, one of …

Going to Church…

It was so nice to see a full house at church this Easter Sunday. Since the Covid pandemic most church attendance has drastically fallen off. I guess the reason is… It’s more convenient to stay home and watch on the internet or TV.  After all, we can worship God anywhere and at any time. We don’t have to go to …

Easter…

I was thinking about Easter this week and all the changes that has taken place in the last few years. A few years ago, this country was in a lock down and all Easter events were canceled by our government. We have gone from no events to almost back to where we were before the covid pandemic.  What does Easter …

Three Trees…

It’s Hard to believe that Palm Sunday is upon us. This week I would like to share a story of “The Three Trees”. When we were very young, we had dreams of what we would be when we grew up. Some of us wanted to be a police or fireman, a train engineer, maybe a sports star, ballerina, singer, or …

Duct Tape…

There are many uses for duct tape.  This is probably one of the most versatile products on the market.  This story is about how you can fix almost everything with duct tape. Hope you enjoy. The Duct Tape Fix Early one Monday morning two young men came into a small restaurant. After they were seated a discussion started about how …

Who is Jesus?

“Who is Jesus of Nazareth?” As we go into the Easter holiday month, I would like to look at This question. I think most of us have heard of Him. Jaroslav Pelikan wrote, “Jesus of Nazareth has been the dominant figure in the history of Western culture for almost 20 centuries.” Jesus historical significance is indisputable. Many religions recognize Jesus. …

Did you hear that?

It’s hard to believe that the month of February is almost gone. It seems like the year just started. Well, we at least have an extra day in February this year.  Today I would like to talk a little bit about listening. In our busy lives we often find ourselves so busy we don’t hear what is going on. I’ve …

My Forever home…

This week, as I was watching our local news there was a story about pet adoptions. This story was all about find the pets a “forever home”. Then I thought about my adoption and my forever home. That is my home in heaven with God. It’s a place of eternal peace and joy, where every tear is wiped away and …

Valentine’s Day

Next Wednesday is Valentine’s Day, the day we celebrate love. So, this week I’d like to talk a little on the subject of love. There is so much written on the subject of love it’s mind-boggling.  Everything you wanted to know plus a whole lot more. I was thinking back many years ago, about some of my first Valentine’s memories. …

Cherry Picking

Wow, this is the last day of January. This year is going by really fast.  This week, I would like to talk about “cherry picking” the Bible. “Cherry picking” refers to the act of selectively choosing and interpreting biblical verses or passages to support one’s own beliefs, while disregarding or omitting others that may challenge or contradict those beliefs. This …

Follow me.

  This week I would like to talk a little about our Christian lifestyle. What do others see when they look at your life? Do they see the spirit of God clearly… or maybe it’s a little tarnish… or it may have a lot of rust on it. Every Christian will have some wear and tear on our life due …

MLK…

Next Monday January 15th, 2024, is Martin Luther King holiday in the United States. A day we honor the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. The holiday is observed on the third Monday of January each year, close to his birthday on January 15. It is a day to celebrate and remember the life and achievements of Martin Luther …

Court…

This week I would like to share a story I came across about a young lady going to court.  I hope you enjoy it. “Court” Author unknown A young lady committed a crime, and she was sent to court. The punishment for the crime was life imprisonment. She shed tears for help but there was no one available to help. …

Welcome 2024!!!

As we say goodbye to 2023, and welcome in the New year of 2024, we need to take a moment and reflect on our lives. Did the things that happened to us last year make us Stronger? Weaker? What did we learn? What happened to last year’s New Year’s resolutions? How can we make it better in 2024? Let’s take …

Bye, Bye 2023… Hello 2024!!!

In just a very few days will be welcoming in a new year 2024. I would like to pause for a moment to look back and reflect on this year.   This year was surely a year to remember. The Ukraine/Russian war was still raging.  New flare ups of Covid-19 hit the country. The Republicans took control of the House… …

Merry Christmas…

It’s hard to believe the Monday is Christmas day.  As this year is Christmas Season whines down, have you really thought about taking time to think about what it means to you? We are so busy with all that’s going on… The shopping, Christmas plays, Caroling, Office Parties, Cooking, Traveling, Seeing Santa, decorating, just to mention a few. The there …

SYMBOLS OF CHRISTMAS

SYMBOLS OF CHRISTMAS Have you ever had a young child ask you the why questions?  You know… the why questions that that five-year-old always asks. Why Christmas trees, why holly, why wreaths just to name a few. Today I’d like to take a look at a few of these why questions and maybe we can answer some of them. The …

Christmas at the Gas Station

This is an inspirational short story about an old man at a Gas station in the Christmas season. I hope you enjoy it. Christmas at the Gas Station…. By Unknown author The old man sat in his gas station on a cold Christmas Eve. He hadn’t been anywhere in years since his wife had passed away. It was just another …

Happy Thanksgiving…

Thanksgiving Traditions and little-known Facts… We all look forward to Thanksgiving Day every 4th Thursday in November. It’s a Great time for families to celebrate and come together to enjoy a meal. Most of us have a lot of Thanksgiving traditions. Have you ever wondered why we celebrate these Thanksgiving traditions or how they started? Impress your family with these …