The Things We Leave Behind The Daily Post at WordPress. It hadn’t occurred to me where I might be going, I just knew I was to leave Jerusalem very soon. I also knew it would be a long time before I’d return. I sorted out some things to give away, and other stuff not worth keeping … More Left Behind
Some years ago, while attending a church in California’s Bay Area, I found myself disturbed by something at first I couldn’t explain. The Sunday service began as do most Bible-based churches, with a time of praise and worship led by a music or praise minister. This church’s praise minister was also the senior pastor. The … More Proclaiming Y’shua
The temperature outside today reached into the low seventies. The chilly evenings we’ve had hit the bugs hard, and not one was around to bite me while I dug some holes. It’s fall so it’s time to plant some bushes. There’s an area in front of my house that grass has trouble growing. Over this … More Fall Thoughts Continue
A Song of Praise. Of David. I will extol you, my God and King, and bless your name forever and ever. Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever and ever. Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall commend your works to … More A Song of Praise
The other day, an acquaintance said that his neighbor, who is also an amateur radio operator, told him the hobby is dying out as a result of cell phones and internet. I disagree. I told him that hams are very inventive people, and that experimentation with new electronic communications is ongoing. Radio communications became possible … More Have you every heard a stone cry out?
In his article in Good Old Boat magazine (Nov./Dec. 2011) Sigmund Baardsen wrote of his modest success racing a Naples Sabot dinghy in 1949. He’d complained to his mentor, Ray Wallace, that while he had superior speed, the other kids got past him when rounding the marks and in close quarters. Mr. Baardsen’s mentor considered … More Five Lessons in Boat Handling