Trust . . . it’s a delicate issue. It’s been said:
“Trust takes years to build, seconds to break, and forever to repair.”
Without a doubt, we put our trust in both inanimate objects as well as living creatures. Also without a doubt, both have let us down. For instance, a trusted vehicle, all of a sudden, breaks down or an animal, that we thought was safe, suddenly attacks. Those breaches of trust are just part of life, and as much as possible, READ MORE
I don’t think you’d be excited to pick a fight you already knew you would lose. That would be especially true if someone else told you to pick that fight. Such is the case of Mayor Pete Buttigieg encouraging Vice President Pence to take up a quarrel with God concerning Buttigieg’s homosexual lifestyle.
It is a well-known saying, “Never judge a book by its cover.” Clearly that phrase is about going deeper. The substance or depth of a book can’t be seen on the cover or even in the first few pages. One must take the time to read and comprehend the volume of thoughts contained within the many pages of the book. Without the time invested, it’s impossible to intelligently discuss, review, or evaluate the book. Of course, that phrase applies to more than just books. READ MORE
You will notice the title is not a question. For many, there is no question. The lives of most church members make that statement each Sunday morning.
Recently, I posted a couple of articles that addressed the issue of “church attendance” on my Facebook page and I found it interesting that both garnered similar responses. The first article, A Plea to Pastors: Don’t Cancel Church on Christmas, asked pastors to open their church on Christmas Day. If you recall, Christmas 2016 fell on a Sunday. READ MORE
Well, it’s certainly been a while since I’ve blogged. Over the past year so many things have changed in my life and blogging just took a backseat . . . but then . . . I came across something that caught my attention.
The title of the article or blog found on the website “faithit.com” was/is:
Dear Christians, Stop Saying “Everything Happens for a Reason”
If you would like to read the entire blog, here is the link:
Dear Christians, READ MORE
Recently, a news story grabbed my attention . . . and broke my heart. John Gibson, a 56-year-old pastor and professor at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary was found dead on August 24, 2015. Mr. Gibson took his own life because his name was one of the 30 million names leaked by hackers of Ashley Madison, the website created for people seeking extramarital affairs. Heart broken, Christi (the widow of John Gibson) stated, “What we know about him is that he poured his life into other people, READ MORE