A Beer With his buddies and the Lesson Taught

Romans 5:7 Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. John 15:12-13 My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for another. Sacrifice – The forfeiture of […]

The Case For Christ – Written by Lee Strobel

The Case For Christ is now a movie!  As a very young follower of Christ someone gave me this book and though I had already given my life to Christ - I still had lots of questions.  I laugh when I tell folks, yea, I am sorta like those from Missouri - the SHOW ME state... Well, … Continue reading The Case For Christ – Written by Lee Strobel

I’m glad that lady forced a Bible on me. By Joshua Rogers | FoxNews.com

Repost The other day, I arrived at the bus stop where four Asian ladies were indiscriminately passing out New Testament Bibles. When one of the ladies offered me a Bible, I tried to decline. But she was insistent, so I tried to change the subject. “What church are you with?” I asked. She said she was with a … Continue reading I’m glad that lady forced a Bible on me. By Joshua Rogers | FoxNews.com

A Young Man, A New Country and a Lifelong Impact – reblogged from the Jerusalem Post

Several years ago I too travelled to Israel, the beautiful land, and spent 10 amazing days there.  The impact was palpable; spiritual.  If my faith was ever weak before, it became Technicolor, 3-D and active.  It is indeed God's Land.  Amen and amen. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem:“May they prosper who love you. Peace … Continue reading A Young Man, A New Country and a Lifelong Impact – reblogged from the Jerusalem Post

What Should I Do with My Unfulfilled Longings?-by Boyd Bailey

Reblogged from Proverbs 31 Ministries “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.” Proverbs 13:12 (NIV) Our daughter and son-in-law could not have children. After years of testing, prodding, probing and prayers, the doctor concluded that without a special procedure, they only had a 5 percent probability of … Continue reading What Should I Do with My Unfulfilled Longings?-by Boyd Bailey

Three Things Every Christian Owes President Trump – By Bruce Ashford

Every wise woman builds her house, but the foolish one tears it down with her own hands. Proverbs 14:1 Generally I steer away from politics in this blog, but in the case of this latest election, it is clear that the spiritual health of our country is in extreme risk.  I wrote a previous blog "How Will America … Continue reading Three Things Every Christian Owes President Trump – By Bruce Ashford

“He Maketh No Mistake” written by A.M. Overton

My Father’s way may twist and turn, My heart may throb and ache, But in my soul I’m glad to know He maketh no mistake. My cherished plans may go astray, My hopes may fade away, But still I’ll trust my Lord to lead, For He doth know the way. Tho’ night be dark and … Continue reading “He Maketh No Mistake” written by A.M. Overton

The Touch of the Master’s Hand

A poem about the transforming power of the Master.  Written by Myra Brooks Welch 'Twas battered and scarred, and the auctioneer Thought it scarcely worth his while To waste much time on the old violin, But held it up with a smile. "What am I bidden, good folks," he cried, "Who'll start the bidding for … Continue reading The Touch of the Master’s Hand

The Christmas Story: Fear Not

Reblogged from: https://www.mcleanbible.org/blog/christmas-story-fear-not Since I was a child, it was a family tradition on Christmas Eve to read from the book of Luke, Chapters 1-2. We four siblings would take turns reading out loud then retire for the night. I have continued that tradition in my own family, and well I remember the Christmas my … Continue reading The Christmas Story: Fear Not