Monthly Archives: December 2015

A Walk Through Proverbs

Many Christians like to read a devotional book.  Start each day with a verse or two and a “devotional” thought.  These devotional books have been around more many years. While I am not discouraging the use of a devotional, I … Continue reading

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Mary Knew

Many Christmas songs elicit images and emotions of peace and tranquility.  Some may find comfort and encouragement from classic Christmas songs and often these songs bring back cherished memories.  Christmas songs serve that purpose well and I too have come … Continue reading

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Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor.  Just those words invoke images of a listing ship, a fire and an explosion.  Those of us who know of Pearl Harbor only by grainy black and white images or from a history lesson often don’t appreciate the … Continue reading

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Don’t Be That Guy

Early in the opening pages of Genesis, there is the well known story of Cain and Abel. The sons of Adam and Eve had varying interests.  Abel, the older son, was a keeper of sheep while his brother Cain was … Continue reading

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Failing To Prepare

The late former-President Nixon spent his years out of office writing.  I understand he wrote 10 books in his “retirement” and often was on the public speaking circuit.  As the only President who resigned his office in disgrace, his return … Continue reading

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Snow

Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.  – Psalm 51:7 (NKJV) “Come now, and let us reason together,” Says the Lord, “Though your sins are like scarlet, They shall … Continue reading

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