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Among Christians today there are 2 extreme attitudes concerning the Old Testament that should be avoided. Since Christians don’t live under the Old Testament, but are children of the New … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, I’ve said it before but this weekend was a little wild.  Vicki and I did some yard work on Friday afternoon.  We got everything done … more
Yes, there are shipping lists in the Bible. Some are happy ones from righteous servants of the LORD; however, some are sad ones from Israel’s enemies when they had conquered Israel and carried … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, This past weekend something happened that really didn’t catch me off guard, but was still not something that I wasn’t expecting. … more
Sometimes when you ask God for something special, He smiles and says, “OK”. With Mother’s Day upon us and our church’s annual Mother/Daughter Luncheon at hand, I asked God … more
Kendra Albert has always had a talent for poetry. Recently, she was able to release a compilation of her poems in a book titled, “But I Say...,” which came out on April … more
References in Isaiah to the Northern Kingdom include Israel, Jacob, Ephraim, and sometimes Manasseh. The prophecy now turns up pressure on the Northern Kingdom to repent and trust Yahweh, but finds … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,This past Saturday Vicki and I went over to Amarillo to watch Amayah run in a track meet. Now before I get carried away, let me remind you that Amayah … more
When this was written, I had just learned that my best friend from my high school days at Pampa High School, passed away back around the first of January. Those things make you remember. This article … more
A verse in Proverbs always touches my heart to help those in need, “He that hath pity upon the poor lendeth unto the Lord; and that which he hath given will He (God) pay him again,” … more
It’s an expression tossed about regularly; calling it “trite” would be an understatement for the proverb originating in 12th century Germany that is still valid today.Just as rivers … more
Clay Center, Kansas –“A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches, and favor is better than silver or gold” (Proverbs 22:1). What do you think of that statement from the … more
I thought I had already written about this life experience, but since I can’t find it, I guess I only wrote it in my dreams. I was about 4 yrs old and sound asleep in the back of my … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,God blessed us with a wonderful Easter Sunday! It started off with a great ‘Sonrise’ Service in Central Park. It was a beautiful morning … more
Dr. Adrian Rogers who was the pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee, wrote an article that is very current for our day. I would like to share it with you.“America is in … more
When I was younger I had several close calls with my life. One was in my dad’s bright red 1964 Chevy, going way to fast on the backroad that ran out by Celanese & suddenly there was a 90 … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,As I sit down to write this, my mind is all over the place. I am trying to stay focused on this time and do what I need to do. For some reason it just … more
Easter or Resurrection Sunday in a time we celebrate God’s sacrifice for us. The week leading up to Easter Sunday we call Holy Week. The Lord came into Jerusalem on what we know as Palm Sunday … more
Chapters 7-12 address the question, “Whom do you trust?” Ahaz had barely become king of Judah when a crisis arose (735 B.C.). Rezin of Aram (Syria) and Pekah of Samaria (Israel) revolted … more
My intent was to write a tribute to a long-ago university chancellor. He handled problems with dignity and grace, typically responding with a twinkle in his eye, beaming countenance and droll … more
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