Monthly Archives: January, 2017

This and That, Here and There, 600 Words

I very seldom publish the day I write something.  I usually give it the 24-hour test and cold edit.  Not so this time.  This is probably a potential four-blog post rolled into one and none of them fully developed.  Venting, maybe?  Certainly random thoughts! Noah.  This week I planned a one-time lesson on Noah.  Noah …

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No Rest for the Wicked

My mother often used the proverb, “There is no rest for the wicked” and I suppose that I picked it up from her.  Mom was full of idioms and proverbs.  Many a student of mine shook their heads wondering what some idiom I had just quoted meant.  It is just part of me.  Frankly, it …

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Marking up Your Bible

Recently, someone remarked to me that her grandmother would be horrified to hear someone actually ask people to underline something in their personal Bible.  Really?  Yes, I believe we should show respect for our personal copies of the Bible, but marking in a book makes it mine.  I refrain from marking in a borrowed book, …

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