Sometimes my kids will ask about something that happened last week. Or maybe yesterday. Or two hours ago.
What do you think about the message from Sunday evening when Pastor brought up so-and-so? When you talked to Jane yesterday, what time did she tell you I was to meet her this evening? What did you have for breakfast this morning?
Ahhh. Uhm. I don't know. I don't remember.
In light of that, it's a bit strange when it's the anniversary of something big that ha
I struggle as I write this, for it's my most important post ever and I so want to get it exactly right. It's the most wonderful message in the whole world. It's not my message; it's God's. It's the fact upon which all of my life revolves. The cornerstone. My blessed hope. I am redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb! Saved and on my way to heaven. Not a doubt. Not a fear. Sealed and settled forever! The source of all of my joy. There was once a day in my life as a child w
There was once a small boy and a dog. The boy was an only child and the puppy had been with him since he was a toddler. The dog was his constant companion and playmate and he loved him very much. But when the little boy was six years old, he experienced the first tragedy of his young life. While playing in the yard together, the boy threw a ball that went into the road. His faithful dog chased after it and was struck by a car and killed. The boy mourned for his dog as on
We have no foundation on which to build unless we see a few of God's truths clearly. Nothing in life makes sense. Nothing else works. Just God's way. The first truth is a simple one. But everything in life is pivotal to this all important truth. Without it, life is meaningless and empty. The Bible is the Word of God! Unless a person accepts this as truth, everything that comes after means nothing. If I were to tell you what God says, what He wants for your life, the log