This was the lead in to an article posted to the University of Idaho website by an unnamed, and I’m assuming by the way he wrote (overlooking grammatical errors), professor or lecturer. (Click Title to See Complete Post) Interesting, isn’t it? Think about it. L-RD Bless, Keep, Shine. . .
“What’s it all about when you sort it out, Alfie?” Sings Burt Bacharach in the back ground. Just pretend you here it too. It sets the electronic stages, so to speak. As I initially set up JonahzSong, I explored in my mind what the central theme would be. For a few years I’d been writing … More What’s it all about. . .
Okay. Yesterday I quoted Apostle Paul’s description of the outward signs of love. In that description, he wrote: Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. 1 Corinthians 13:7 I ended the post with my advice to Bobby, and probably everyone else, to flee unkindness. How can I say that … More But doesn’t love endure all things?
Bobby told me once that neither he nor his kids wanted to go on holiday with his wife, the mother of his kids. “She can be a wonderful person outside the home,” Bobby said. “But at home and especially on holiday, things get really crazy. She’s just not kind. And nobody wants to spent a … More It’s about being a Boy Scout
“The Lord works in mysterious ways,” was one thing my Mom often said. And so He does. An old pastor sat one morning eating oatmeal and toast, and reading Rev. C.H. Surgeon’s comments on: . . .after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you. 1 Peter 5:10. “That was … More The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways
There is a lot we need to understand about ourselves, and about G-d and His plan for all people, in order to become Genuine Christians. To this end, when reaching out to people with the Gospel, refer to four spiritual laws before offering to have folks pray the Sinner’s Prayer. I’ve included the text from a … More Salvation and the Sinner’s Prayer
The wisdom books of the Bible, such as Proverbs, teach us that there is more to life than knowledge. Eleanor Roosevelt put it this way: “Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living; the other helps you make a life.” Today would be a good time to seek wisdom. Why today? Today is … More Whatever is Commendable
. . . they were soooooooo cute. Sure, they’re cute now, but there’s just something about old photos and such of my children when they were two and three and four years old. I have some videos that were made of two of my kids fifteen years ago. They were shot using a video cam … More When my children were little. . .
Comedian Jack Benny once told a story about how the small town of Cucamonga got its name. He said that there was once a wagon train traveling what is now Route 66 through southern California that was in need of a cook. The wagon master called to settlers in the area where the town now … More Cucamonga