Good morning everyone. I hope all who read this had a merry and blessed Christmas. Now that Christmas is behind us, it’s time to get into “out with the old, in with the new” mode and give some thought to… Read More ›
You Say: “It’s impossible.”
God says: “All things are possible” (Luke 18:27)
You say: “I am too tired”
God says: “I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28-30)
It’s a little older but it’s worth a bump. OK, I don’t do background checks. But if you comment on this blog, or those I follow, I will click on over to your place, read a few of your posts,… Read More ›
“If atheism is true, it is far from being good news. Learning that we’re alone in the universe, that no one hears or answers our prayers, that humanity is entirely the product of random events, that we have no more intrinsic dignity than non-human and even non-animate clumps of matter, that we face certain annihilation in death, that our sufferings are ultimately pointless, that our lives and loves do not at all matter in a larger sense, that those who commit horrific evils and elude human punishment get away with their crimes scot free — all of this (and much more) is utterly tragic.”
Could you accept, have faith in, have trust in, and worship a God who wanted so desperately for people to avoid Hell He became a human, suffered at the hands of humans, and allowed himself to be murdered by humans, all so that His death could pay for the debt of your sins?
The conscience of man is deceitful above all things.
Unsearchable by others, corrupt, abominably wicked.
A naked tree, a sorry shrub, the product of barren ground.
I’ll be busy today so I’m bumping an older marriage post… She was working quietly in her room putting her princess dress on, complete with the shoes and tiara. She knew daddy would be home soon. She was standing there… Read More ›
I have four kids of my own so I get it, I really do. Kids can be awful; they can test us, try us, get on our last nerve and stay there for what seems like forever…
So my wife and I had recently finished explainig to one of the kids that it’s not appropriate to use slang terms when refering to human sexual organs.
Actually, it’s not appropriate for kids under a certain age to speak of such things at all but…
So, how do we go about forgiving as Jesus wants us to? Should we draw a line in the sand and tell all those who have wronged us that, from today forward, the past is in the past, all is forgiven, and you will not hold what they did to you against them anymore, ever?