When I was a kid, my family headed to Fort Leavenworth where Dad was to attend the Command and General Staff College. Crossing the desert we went many miles with nothing but static on the AM radio in the station wagon. It’s not that way anymore. Any one with XM satellite radio can listen to … More Making Waves; Warming Clouds
To the choirmaster: according to The Sheminith A Psalm of David.1 Save, O LORD, for the godly one is gone;for the faithful have vanished from among the children of man.2 Everyone utters lies to his neighbor;with flattering lips and a double heart they speak. 3 May the LORD cut off all flattering lips,the tongue that … More A Song of David; A Song for us
It doesn’t look good for the people of Earth these days. While we’ve weathered many storms, it seems we are in the midst of the Perfect Storm. Are we facing a second wave of of Corona Virus? Many countries are failing economically. Some are saying America is facing a another civil war, or at least … More Crisis Today; Crisis in the First Century
In Apostle Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians—2:3,4—Paul writes about the Great Day of the L-RD and how it doesn’t happen until “the rebellion comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction, who opposes and exalts himself against every so-called god or object of worship, so that he takes his … More Temple of G-D
Sunday morning President Trump addressed the nation on the Special Ops raid on the IS leader who was responsible for many murders, including four Americans. “He just can’t speak right,” said someone who’d listened to the speech also. “He doesn’t sound like a president should sound.” Having learned the impossibility of actually speaking about anything … More President Trump Doesn’t Speak Well
And the Problem “Yet a little while and the world will see me no more, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live.” —John 14:19 YeshuaJesus said that those who believed in Him would live again. They would also see Him again. While Yeshua was going away, He was going to … More The Promise
In high school I read a lot of books and poetry. Two of my favorite poets were Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsburg. In Lawrence Ferlinghetti: Poet-at-Large, author Larry Smith noted that the author “writes truly memorable poetry, poems that lodge themselves in the consciousness of the reader and generate awareness and change. And his writing sings, … More The World is a Beautiful Place
The weather reports that hurricane Nate made a second landfall in Biloxi, MS, just after midnight today. It’s now downgraded to a tropical depression as it heads inland. This is the third hurricane to ravage America’s coast since the Eclipse in September 21, 2017. And since then there has been a terrible mass murder in … More Anyone understand?
“Churches in a number of states are being threatened, even an Orthodox Church,” he said while reading a news report online. “What network is that? Oh, Fox News. . . They’re so biased,” she said.
Google the phrase “nothing new under the sun.” I did. Wikipedia pops up in the top of the list directing to its page where I discover it’s the name of an album. Vinyl no less. There is nothing new under the sun, by a Missouri group, Coalesce. Amazon offers books that some how, the Google … More No New Things. . .