Parents, teach your children well. It is no longer the responsibility of schools to impart to our youth the truth of scripture and to explain an accurate account of history.
As Christians we are to train ourselves to hear the voice of the Lord. Too many of us depend on another’s knowledge or prophecies instead of listening for the still small voice of God. Perhaps this is due to the spirit of apathy that looms heavily over the body of Christ.
One of the good things – maybe the only good thing – about these miserable February days is using them as an excuse to sit by the fire with a favorite old book, with each musty, tattered, dog-eared, coffee-stained page a nostalgic delight.
Much appreciation to all my friends who called to check on me after last week’s column. My pain has finally begun to lessen after three trips to emergency rooms and three CT scans.
Herb gardens, even when small, can bring joy to our kitchens. There are so many herbs from which to choose, and many are suitable for a beginning herb garden.
Like many of you, I have had my DNA tested. Actually, I have tested with three companies. Every now and then each of the companies sends out an “updated origins” report. You may have wondered why your ethnic results get updated. After all none of our ancestors was suddenly replaced by someon…
“When a prophet speaketh in the name of the Lord, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that is the thing which the Lord hath not spoken, but the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him.” (Deuteronomy 18:22)
Happy New Year! How’s it going for you so far? I see a lot of people that are remaining very positive and hopeful for this new year. Of course, there are those that are very concerned, fearful, and uncertain about what to expect. The pandemic still has center stage.