Greetings: The story goes something like this. A little boy asked his father:” Did you go to Sunday school when you were little?” “Certainly,” said his father. “I never missed a Sunday.” See, Mother?” said the little boy. “It won’t do me any good either.” What kind of example are we portraying to those around… Read More Fog of Christianity
Greetings: A young man had a terrible falling-out with a neighboring farmer. One night, in an act of cruel vengeance, he crept through the neighboring fields, sowing the seeds of persistent, virulent weed. The weeds sprang up, and no amount of effort would eradicate them. Years passed, and eventually the young man fell in love… Read More Reaping What We Sow
In the halls of our nations capitol words are being spoken illustrating different individuals outrage over our veteran’s treatment in V.A. centers across this beloved nation. One leader in particular our commander in chief, seemed especially displeased and made the comment, “I won’t stand for it.” In light of this being the weekend of Memorial… Read More I Won’t Stand Fo It!
Greetings: The story goes, Jimmy had trouble pronouncing the letter “R” so his teacher gave him a sentence to practice at home: “Robert gave Richard a rap in the ribs for roasting the rabbit so rare.” Some days later the teacher asked him to say the sentence for her. Jimmy rattled it off like this:… Read More The Letter “R”
Greetings: It seems I’ve always had high hopes in nearly every endeavor I’ve pursued, but I eventually became overcome with low expectations. My high hopes were more prevalent when I was much younger, being naive with how the world actually works but I was always optimistic in my pursuits. The positives pushed aside any reluctance… Read More High Hopes, Low Expectations
Greetings: Two young boys had a favor to ask their mother. They were afraid she wouldn’t grant it. “You ask her,” said the older one. “No, you.” “Go ahead and ask her,’ the older boy repeated. “No, it would be better if you did it,” answered his younger brother. “You’ve known her longer than I… Read More Mom
Greetings In Texas we have a vine that grows, and grows and grows. We call it a briar; I’m not sure of the scientific name but in country-boy lingo it go something like this, “That *%$#! &^#$*&^ vine.” If left unabated it can grow until you can’t walk through and it can stop a riding… Read More A Choking Vine
Greetings: A man once said, “The trouble with us is that we like to be near enough to bask in Christ’s glory, but not near enough to help carry the cross.” Most Christians today it seems are affiliated with this sentiment; it’s prevalent among the young and old, rich and poor. It… Read More Christians