1 Peter 1:5-7 (NKJV) 5 (A)who are kept by the power of God through faith for salvation ready to be revealed in the last time. 6 (B)In this you greatly rejoice, though now (C)for a little while, if need be, (D)you have been [a]grieved by various trials, 7 that (E)the genuineness of your faith, being much more precious than gold that perishes, though (F)it is tested by fire, (G)may
Month: June 2020
Vancouver, Washington is many miles from my homeplace, and yet I am inclined to share with you an opportunity to be involved; perhaps only through prayer. His name is Rey Reynolds and he recently entered the political arena. He is asking for the vote of the people in the 49th District. So, what does that
Papa, the People of this world are crazier than a fox with a torch tied to his tail. It’s yang yang this and yang yang that; the media feeds it and people eat it up like pigs eating slop. My soul is sick of it; how You put up with humanity is beyond my comprehension.
Papa, I am thinking this The reason the terms white privilege and police brutality are all over the media now is because the word racism no longer sufficiently whips up enough violence. White privilege and police brutality are now the hot buttons to stir hatred, and the agenda of the political machine. I think this
Racism is NOT going to be stopped in America as we are presently responding because racism is a symptom; it is not the cause of the chaos and hate we are experiencing. The measures thus far being taken are not even a band-aid on the massive hemorrhaging. After the election perhaps there will be a
Have Christians strayed from Scripture? Have Christians adopted the world’s ways of addressing human maladies and injustices? When Yeshua walked the sands of Judea in His GODMAN body the Romans were cruel and dictatorial, intoxicated with power. They beat, killed, and taxed the Jews to poverty and that was just for starters. Yet in Scripture,
The following is an End of the Day Musing that I posted to Facebook at the end of my day yesterday. One commentator suggested I give it an opportunity for a broader audience. So, here goes. There is something crucial I wish to write about – we seem to be silent about it here on
Words. I like words. Words are vehicles of communication; they inform. However, problems arise with using Words. They can be perceived differently than intended. They can be spoken or written hastily. They can be used to edify the hearers. They can be used to wound the hearers (or readers). The speaker is responsible for his
Father, I have been introduced today to reasoning and ideas from a purported wealthy and informed man. You know I listened to his message all the way to the end of what he had to say, and now what? What do I do with this presentation? What responsibility do I have? And is it true?