I say that a lot. “All good!’ in response to something that certainly is NOT all good. Something unimportant like when we scraped the side of our car on a yellow post as we drove away from the border check-point in Niagara Falls. Or something like the haircut I recently gave myself because, after ten … More It’s All Good
I had this dream years ago, and have not known what to do with it. But I am unable to dismiss it; so I will just leave it here. Here’s the truth: I usually don’t pay much attention to visions or dreams I have heard about if they speak of judgments coming on the earth. … More The Dream
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of seeing our granddaughter, Olivia Grace, come into the world. What a moment! To see that little face for the first time, and to watch our daughter’s face as she first laid eyes on her own child… Well, inexpressible joy. I thought today about how wonderful it … More Baby’s Here
Still talking about love! God’s intention, at least part of the end game of God’s love perfected in us, is that we give it out. Like he does. Nothing that I say on this blog should be contrued as “God’s love ends with me.” God loves me as much as he does anyone else; of … More Nice Jewish Boy
How wonderful to be cherished by someone! To be held dear. To be treated with love and affection. To be kept deeply in someone’s mind. All of those, Mr. Webster says, is the result of being cherished. Ephesians tells husbands to cherish their wives. In saying that the husband is to love his wife as … More Cherished Is The Word
(Caveat: You will notice that some of what you read will look doctrinally sketchy. I write it that way on purpose, simply to jar our thinking, just a bit.) I love to hear about God’s mercy. Never tire of it, in fact, because God’s mercy and grace is my hope of everything good. How we … More Giving What You Want To Get
With all the #WINNING hoopla started by Charlie Sheen’s shenanigans, one can’t help but ruminate on what it really means to win in this life. To my way of thinking, winning in life is important, and I can’t wholeheartedly subscribe to the “it’s how you play the game” theory touted when one loses some … More Who’s Really Winning?