Today, many in America will sit down and feast until their hearts (and bellies) are content. We are a blessed people, and it’s good and right that we are thankful for all of God’s provision. It is good to remember that many around the world will not feast on turkey… there will not be gravy […]Read More Satisfaction Guaranteed.
“they can be steps… not up, but away”Read More Step By Step
I read a commentary recently regarding ISIS, the recent attacks in Paris, and San Bernardino, CA. The author drew a moral equivalent between what he referred to as radical Muslims and radical Christians, referencing the KKK and abortion clinic bombers as radical Christians along side the likes of the jihadists. Though he condemned acts of violence from both […]Read More Who is the radical after all?
Then his servants came near and spoke to him and said, “My father, had the prophet told you to do some great thing, would you not have done it? How much more then, when he says to you, ‘Wash, and be clean’?” – 2 Kings 5:13 The story of Naaman is a great illustration of […]Read More Keep It Simple Stupid.
I wanted to write something here about the rainbow. I logged into my WordPress account to write, only to be confronted yet again by a rainbow: Even WordPress is on board with the rainbow theme. I went to the Chase ATM the other day and was greeted by a rainbow and the reminder that “it’s […]Read More The Rainbow
One cause of misery and vice is always present with us in the greed and pride of men, but at certain periods in history this is greatly increased by the temporary prevalence of some false philosophy. Correct thinking will not make good men of bad ones; but a purely theoretical error may remove ordinary checks […]Read More The Poison of Subjectivism , by C.S. Lewis