Monthly Archives: March, 2019

Diotrophes or Demetrius?

You would have to tour back to 2013 when I first published this so I am helping you. 🙂  This weeks lesson I am preparing for my regular Bible study group is coming right from this devotional thought.  I am currently preparing studies from the “one chapter” books in the Bible.  It has been an …

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Ronald Reagan and Pat Summitt: Something in Common

Eternity matters.  What matters most is knowing one’s eternal destiny.  I am not discounting ambition, integrity, kindness, personal appearance, hygiene, appropriateness, or being on time.  Those things are the ingredients of a life well-spent on this planet. There is a thief among us, however, that can rob a person of all past accomplishments. The brain …

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All the Presidents: Project Complete

Three years ago, I set out on a project that I hoped would be worthy.  The project would have been better done in my younger years, but it is as the worn cliché says, “Better late than never.”  I have now read either a biography or autobiography of every one of the 45 U.S. Presidents. …

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No Harm?

Generally, I consider a doodle to be rather rambling and without form.  What I write here today is a cross between a doodle and essay. I have no idea what to call it.  Maybe one of my readers can coin a word for me.  Recently The Daily Signal (https://www.dailysignal.com)  produced a column about the thoughts …

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