Author Archives: glenn

20/20 Vision

I used to think 20/20 vision was perfect vision and one could not get any better than that.  Such is not the case.  20/20 vision is considered average or normal vision.  Someone with 20/20 vision is able to see from … Continue reading

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Hallelujah

Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year.  Part of the reason I like this holiday so much is the emphasis that is placed on family during this season.  We look forward to the food and the sharing … Continue reading

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More Questions

The following has been said of a friend of mine.  He seldom asks a question that he doesn’t already know the answer.  Now I’m not extolling or condemning my friend.  He really is an intelligent person who is very likeable.  … Continue reading

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The Stony Ground

I was in junior high school when our school burned. The night sky glowed red from the flames and could be seen from miles away. The school was rebuilt in another location and I graduated in a new school.  In … Continue reading

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The church at Jerusalem

The Church by the Wildwood is an old song that describes a memory that many would share.  You may remember the lyrics from an old Andy Griffith episode.  Malcolm Tucker sang the song in the episode called “Man in a … Continue reading

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Are You Sure?

Have you ever been absolutely convinced of something and yet it turn out not to be true?  Unfortunately there is so much information we encounter each day that is not factual.  The news networks can no longer be trusted to … Continue reading

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Peter, Paul, and Who?

In the days of my childhood there was a musical group called Peter, Paul and Mary.  They represented a genre of music referred to as folk music.  If you remember this group then you have dated yourself.  Welcome to the … Continue reading

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Be A Man

I suppose our society is struggling with the idea of manhood now more than ever.  What is your definition of manliness?  What is your description of a real man?  Is it the idea of the Marlboro man of the cigarette … Continue reading

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The Number 200

I live in the state of Alabama.  This year we are celebrating the 200th birthday of our state.  Two centuries is quite a milestone.  I recall as a young man the celebration of our nation’s 200th birthday in 1976.  In … Continue reading

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Final Words

What would you talk about if you knew the conversation with a loved one would be your last on this side of eternity?  Discussions such as these are not about frivolous things.  These conversations are about the important things, the … Continue reading

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