• The End of the Longest Day

    7 August, 2017

    But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day. (2 Peter 3:8) As the Lord measures time I have at best (very optimistically) just a mere one day upon earth, for I certainly do not have a thousand years. As each day…...[read more]

  • 3 Rocks from the Son

    1 August, 2017

    Rocks are formidable. Even small ones fell giants. Many times rocks are described with god-like qualities. Immovable, unchallengeable and unchangeable. Firm, strong, steadfast and resilient. They cannot be acted upon or acted against. Rocks withstand assaults as much as they promise protection to…...[read more]

  • The Strained Eyes of Humans

    30 July, 2017

    Would you consider the eyes of mankind? They wander and weave through life, straining to pursue desires that satisfy a man's heart. Even the wisest of kings, Solomon, denied his eyes nothing, he admits he exercised no self-restraint. I denied myself nothing my eyes desired; I refused my heart…...[read more]

  • The Day of the Eagle

    12 July, 2017

    Eagles are the undisputed warriors of the heavens, the veterans and victors of the skies. Their wing's payloads are both the graces and judgements of God. Eagles are divinely appointed instruments to do His bidding. They swoop and they kill - they stand and they clean. Unlike vultures they do…...[read more]

  • If it was dead safe I wouldn't do it!

    29 June, 2017

    Mountaineering is a mind captivating extreme sport. Prior to 2007 the death rate for climbers of Mt Everest was 10%. Motorcycle racing conjures extreme images of horror, fear, courage and speed. Thirty-Eight miles of terror is one descriptor of the annual Isle of Mann Motorcycle TT#. It is…...[read more]

  • We Have Been Sold A Pup!

    12 June, 2017

    Eight decades ago Francis Schaeffer argued: The concept that the final reality is energy which has existed forever in some form and takes its present form by chance has totally destructive consequences for life... when one accepts the secular view that final reality is only material or energy…...[read more]

  • 4 Ways I Betray Me!

    6 June, 2017

    There is a powerful and painful education when a man chooses to learn truths about himself; he will gain wisdom, for is not such humility wisdom's father? Learning about myself: The lips of the righteous know what is fitting (Proverbs 10:32a) ... a man's mouth betrays his virtue. The…...[read more]

  • 7 Natural Awakenings ~ Part B

    5 June, 2017

    Proverbs arouse a mind to pause and consider the wonder of what works in life, and the impotence to not know. Proverbs guide the feet if they first steer the soul. They protect the ignorant who would listen, and inform the learned who are humble. A good proverb becomes a timeless thought. Its…...[read more]

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