• A Slice of Heaven

    31 August, 2018

    "If it doesn't taste good, it doesn't go on the menu". ~ Heston Blumenthal I am not a chef, I am a consumer. I do not know how to write a menu, but as a consumer I do appreciate that choice and taste is at the heart of menus. In dwelling upon the Bible you choose the menu…...[read more]

  • Charging Today From Psalm 119

    4 June, 2018

    The eyes of faith will see that the Lord is on their side. Psalm 119, at 176 verses is the longest chapter of the Bible. It can be neglected for this reason alone. No ancient author has claimed this Psalm, yet it is penned from a true heart; one in love with God and His good guidance. He knew full…...[read more]

  • 3 Presidents & 2 Prime Ministers Agree

    17 April, 2018

    In an unusual coalescing across oceans, nations and time's corridors the Bible has united strong minded leaders. There are few peers to the accomplishments of these statesmen. To listen to them is to hear from a sample of mankind's wisest in their days. Abraham Lincoln (16th U.S.…...[read more]

  • It's A Long Journey Home

    18 March, 2018

    The strong and weak alike know that life's long journey requires the best food. Two Christian giants from yesterday also knew this. This is why they are 'masters of faith'. They dined well each day. 1) Author of 'The Pilgrim's Progress', John Bunyan (1628 - 1688) spoke in…...[read more]

  • 3 Things to Refuse

    4 March, 2018

    The tracks of life require a map, a wise guide. Such is the Bible. It flows in wisdom, and wisdom flows in it. Both David and Solomon wrote much of the Old Testament wisdom literature. They taught navigating life's tracks to the righteous. The wise do not sit in the counsel of the wicked or…...[read more]

  • 1 'Root of Evil' Bible Misquote

    21 November, 2017

    Playwright, author and political commentator George Bernard Shaw causes me to wonder, did he 'tongue-in-cheek' rewrite Scripture in the following quote? Lack of money is the root of all evil. Money captivates, it sets feet to bondage, chains hearts and posts souls to hell. Or does it? Is…...[read more]

  • 2 Bible Verses OFTEN used in ERROR

    20 November, 2017

    The Bible is present but consulted lightly, and so recalled too loosely. Frequently we remember the portion but not the lot. This memory becomes traded upon, and so memory myths morph into 're-told truths'. For my entire Christian life I have heard these two verses misquoted by Christians…...[read more]

  • Like Grandfather, like Grandson!#

    8 November, 2017

    An ageing farmer lived in remote regions raising his young grandson. Together they would while away countless fishing hours from the farm's stream. There was simply the two of them. They loved each other beyond words. Each morning, very early, grandpa sat at the kitchen table reading his Bible.…...[read more]

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