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The angels sat around drinking their heavenly coffee and discussing the last thirty years.They had been horrified when the Heavenly Father sent their precious Jesus to earth – that blue ball inhabited by rebellious people. The Father had confined Jesus […]

Someone passed this on to me. I thought it was too good to keep to myself! “The test will cover the last seven chapters”. Those words or something like them still strike anxiety or fear in me. It did help […]

My new book manuscript is in! Praise the Lord! It’s like delivering a baby. Now the doctors (editors) say “Isn’t it nice. But lets’ take off this toe and this finger and rearrange this arm.” The editing process is grueling. […]

Well, I guess I finally have to weigh in on the shutdown… This is a difficult time for so many. I pray it will end soon. Many are working without pay. Why can’t Congress forgo their pay during this time […]

I had an interesting conversation with my 9-year-old grandson yesterday morning. He was asking how I could be sure God was the real God when there were thousands of God’s. He likes to argue. The last Psalm, 150, which I […]

Yesterday morning, Christmas, I got up early to drive over to my oldest daughter’s home to watch the kids open their stockings. Since it was early I decided to stop by Starbucks and treat myself to a decaf latte. (I […]

I went to prison this week! Not for crimes which I had done but to attend the graduation of 45 men from college. Through The Global Prison Seminaries Foundation, founded by my friend, Burl Cain former warden of Angola Prison […]

Last evening I went to my granddaughter’s school program. She is in 6th grade. It was not billed as a Christmas program or even a “holiday” program. But being the time of year and, past events and past years that […]

I am grieved by the loss of one of America’s great men. President George H. W. Bush was a true patriot – politics aside – statesman, gentleman and friend to my father. There are pictures that are etched in my […]

A friend gave this to me for this election season. It is a prayer written by Lloyd John Olgivy who was chaplain of the U.S. Senate. It seems appropriate on many levels. Almighty God, Sovereign of our nation, thank You […]