My Thanksforgivings

Happy (early) Thanksgiving! Today, I’m just going to list everything I’m thankful for… I’ll start with the serious list and end with the entertaining list. Here goes… I am thankful for… Salvation, the Trinity, family, a roof over my head, health, children, safety, freedom, food, water, clothing, Christmas, Easter, warmth, comfort, a bed, shoes, chocolate,Continue reading “My Thanksforgivings”

“Religious” Exemption

Oh, what a world we live in. We’ve already got Jesus busy helping us get rich; and we’ve got Him helping our team win the big game; and we’ve got Him siding with us on our political views; and now we want Him to be on our side against government and business mandates. You know,Continue reading ““Religious” Exemption”

No escape from the ICU

I was reading a Washington Post article this morning by Lenny Bernstein and Dan Keating, and it was about how even after Covid patients are released from the ICU, they’re not really in a much better place. They pointed out how it usually takes months to not only recover from Covid, but also to recoverContinue reading “No escape from the ICU”

You had big eagles the whole time?

I was watching “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King” recently, and an old idea came back to me. Why didn’t they just get the eagles to drop the ring in the lava??? They had big eagles that could have dropped it in, or dropped Gandalf at the entrance to the fiery pit, butContinue reading “You had big eagles the whole time?”

Travis Scott

I must confess that when I first heard of the incident at the Travis Scott concert I only had one thought on my mind. “Who the heck is Travis Scott?” I get that I’m older now and that it makes sense that I don’t know all of the popular names, but it seems like IContinue reading “Travis Scott”

The God Bubble

Today I am writing one of the most important blogs I will ever write. I’ve talked before in a blog about how God once answered my prayer immediately, but today I’m going to write about a time when God saved me and my family before we even knew that we needed saving. I’m going toContinue reading “The God Bubble”

A cold walk

On my morning walk today I passed a guy who was wearing only jeans and a light sweater. It was 51 degrees and raining and very windy this morning. I’m not sure if he was homeless, but he definitely was having a tough start to his day. He had to be freezing. I wanted toContinue reading “A cold walk”

Hey pal, can you spare a billion?

I’m very happy to hear that Washington is working to finalize a “billionaire’s tax.” Ever since I first heard there was such a thing as a “billionaire” I’ve thought that was a ridiculous thing for society to have. And we have 600 billionaires in this country! How is that even possible?? No one needs orContinue reading “Hey pal, can you spare a billion?”

Happy Halloween!

For Halloween fun I decided to remind everyone of a couple of verses in Matthew. It’s Matthew 27:52-53. “The tombs also were opened, and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised. After His resurrection they came out of the tombs and entered the holy city and appeared to many.” ……………… ZOMBIES!Continue reading “Happy Halloween!”

Magnolia grenades

The other day my 12-year-old was talking about how some early childhood memories stick with her, and she was specifically talking about the color song for the color yellow. “Y-E-LL-O-W spells yellow! Y-E-LL-O-W spells yellow!” She went on to say that when she now goes to spell that word that little part of the songContinue reading “Magnolia grenades”