Monthly Archives: October 2012

You Go First

It has been the same through the years. If I have ever gotten interested in a situation comedy on television, most of the time it was after the series went off the air. I have become interested in the show … Continue reading

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The Very First Verse

They say a picture paints a thousand words. Well sometimes just a few words paints a thousand pictures. Words are powerful. And sometimes a few words are the strongest. Such is the case when one opens the Bible and reads … Continue reading

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An Old Blue Sign

I was fortunate as a child growing up in that I lived close to both sets of my grandparents. They were both within easy walking distance of my home. These two sets of grandparents were very different. I guess that … Continue reading

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The Great Equalizer

When I was a young man I spent a few years coaching high school football. And even today I am a college football fan. One of the things I appreciated about the sport was that it was a great equalizer. … Continue reading

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A Spiritual Heritage

I have many favorite verses in the Bible but certainly one of those has to be 3 John 4. The NKJ renders “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth.” John was probably referring … Continue reading

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