Living the Eternal Word. It Matters.

Oh, that God would raise up an army of Christians, old and young alike, that are truly passionate about what God has said in the Bible, willing to search out the eternal truths of God’s Word and let that Word govern their lives for His honor and glory! The grass withers, the flower fades, but […]

MISSION IMPROBABLE

Well, I made a mistake. The four chariots in Zechariah 6:1-8 have very little to do with an apocalypse (see the previous post). The vision is not about an apocalyptic end-time war, but security in times of vulnerability, when the world around us has gone scary uncertain. This is the message from God that Zechariah […]

HOW TO BE RICH, TRUELY RICH

True heart contentment is possible. It begins with a decision to live within the boundaries of God’s care and provision, no matter how meager our income may seem, and forgo the ‘more is better’ mindset. Aiming for less will get you more when anchored in gratitude to God and service to others. Wealth is not […]

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI SNOW DAY

Where I live in south Mississippi, a snow day comes about once every five years. We had one last week, a couple of inches, not much. However, even a little snow can pretty much shut down the town. We try not to drive when it is snowing, but that doesn’t keep us from going outside and […]

THE OLD MAN AND THE MANURE PILE

Fresh horse manure right out of the ‘tube’ stinks pretty bad. However, once the manure has aged a bit, it stinks less. After a while, when nicely composted, it will even acquire a nice earthy smell that hints of the new life and vitality of the soil. For us old guys, regrets linger, like manure […]

THE GREAT HORSE MANURE STANK OF 2017

Well, there was snow here last week, horse manure this week. The manure pile is the one without the shovel, in case you were wondering 😉 I feel a sermon coming…. SNOW DAY! Where I live in south Mississippi, a snow day comes about once every five years. We had one last week, a couple of […]