The last Thursday of 2020. There is no magic in turning the calendar from one year to the next although I have often acted as though it were. New Year’s has been a favored holiday to me because it gives the sense of a new start. A fresh canvas. So, do you have your brushes and paints
First I am set to remind you, those of you who might not know me well enough, I am neither a Scholar nor a Theologian, barely a Layperson. Today’s post is a WHAT IF post. A What if for you to consider prayerfully. A What If post that I hope encourages you to dig for
It’s late. The day is far spent. That sounds like a Scripture text. Let me look that up. Well, actually it reads this way: Romans 13:12 (NKJV) 12 The night is far spent, the day is at hand. Therefore let us cast off the works of darkness, and let us put on the armor of light. source
Romans 8 Verse 18.As I read this verse a couple of days ago, it is still with me. 18 For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us. source The question is, do I? Do I consider the sufferings of this present
is impressed and I want you to be too. I hope you will invest yourself in the viewing of this movie.
Hear the Bells on Christmas Day. This Christmas Day 2020. JT and I send you wishes and hope for the Savior of not just Christmas Day but every day to be near and dear to you all.
Happy Christmas Eve 2020. It is unlikely that Yeshua was born on December 25. Even so, I like that we have a celebratory date to remember and some households even sing Happy Birthday Jesus. Shall we give it a try?