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Judah callously disregards God, which brings another woe (30:1). Specifically, they plan to seek Egypt’s aid against Assyria apart from the Lord (30:2). They will find, however, not refuge but … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, In the midst of all that is taking place in our world we are often brought back to what is taking place in our lives. I realize that in the midst of … more
Don’t you hate it when someone misquotes you or quotes you, but misrepresents what you meant? I’m sure that Jesus feels the same way. And when it happens to Him, we can be certain that He … more
Recently I have noticed an increase in delays on flights. Over the last few months, I have flown on dozens of flights that are seldom on schedule. On more than one occasion I or a family member have … more
AMARILLO, Texas — August 7, 2021 — As his nation is conquered and his family divided, Daniel faces intensifying pressure to abandon his convictions. Will his faith survive? Millions … more
As a member of the Harvester Class of ‘71, I was planning and looking forward to attending our 50 year reunion this month.  Then I saw the COVID vaccination map that showed the vaccination … more
Hi Taylor: What’s the first step for becoming self-employed? I’m ready to turn my side hustle into a full-time gig and want to make sure I’m handling things in the right order. - … more
In the 1940s and ‘50s, just about every church sponsored a Boy Scout Troop. I was twelve years old and had joined up with all my neighborhood friends to Troop #8. There must have been twenty of … more
Perhaps the most current evidence that August falls into the “dog days” category appeared in “neighborhood news” the other day. Most of us “slog” through these … more
Originally published March 18, 2014. While some specifics have changed, the general ideas are more important than they were in 2014. Good universities take risks because they must change. New … more
Hi Toni, Turning 65 this October and have no idea what I should do, because I have lung cancer. Currently I am on a COBRA policy from my old employer, with all my medical bills paid since I have … more
The world’s oldest magic trick, acetabula et calculi, reportedly dates back to early Rome. Today, it’s known as cups and balls and while there are endless variations, it all comes down to … more
Dear Dietitian, I just read an article that said a permanent 25-30% reduction in caloric intake produces anti-aging benefits and results in a longer lifespan. Is this true? Seth Dear … more
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, As I write my thoughts down I go back to something that really touched me. It happened just a couple of weeks ago and I still go back to it. I … more
Texas is a wonderful state. It is diverse in the scenery as well as culture, but it is best known around the world as the home of the cowboy. Anyone growing up in Texas (called Native Texans) has a … more
My aged Uncle Mort said more than a mouthful the other day about shenanigans dictated in the name of intercollegiate athletics by high rollers in the world of televised sports. “The almighty … more
WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion, Bianca Belair, has been upfront about her former challenges with night eating. “I ended up having this obsession with food where I was binge eating at … more
I recently visited my octogenarian parents for a week. As we talked about the “good ol’ days” I found myself reminiscing about the world that I spent my youth in. I got to … more
Jennifer Aniston has acknowledged that she sleepwalks. Jimmy Kimmel talks about dealing with narcolepsy. But you can’t find folks -- stars or not -- who are so willing to talk about another, … more
Dear Readers, By now, you probably know someone who has adopted a vegetarian diet. Estimates put vegetarianism at around 5% of the American population (1). That may not sound like many, but it … more
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