Category Archives: Everyday Thinking

A Saturday Morning Doodle

I am enjoying a cup of coffee. I just finished reading the book of Revelation. All the trouble of the Tribulation is past, and Heaven opens. No more night. Ever. I once worked for a man who was a type A personality. With him it was work, work, and work some more.  I once said, …

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Doodle Bugging. . .

My mind has doodled around with the idea of just starting a blog site of Doodle Bugs or something like that, but then I’d have to start all over with viewers so I always abandon the idea. The point is, there isn’t enough material to produce 500 words on a single subject, yet it can …

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Reservation for my Destination

“Cathy”, I started my conversation, “where am I going on the tenth of October?” I was calling the dispatch center of our local Senior Services.  My eyesight does not allow me to drive and often time, the local senior services in my town gets me places. Cathy, said, “Well, you are going to Midwest Eye …

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Slender Reeds: Jochebed’s Hope (book review)

Author, Texie Susan Gregory, tells the story of the mother of Moses in this 422-page Biblical history novel.  I found the book recommendation on a Christian book site.  Copyright is 2016 by eBook editions:  Adobe Digital Edition. The story moves painfully slow, and it is packed with details of Egyptian customs of the time of …

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No Man Knows the Hour

Back to shorter devotional thoughts.  I am through with the book of Job.  If you missed some of the studies, you can search by keyword Job to find them The disciples questioned Jesus on His second coming, but He told them no man knows the hour. “Be ye ready. . .” was the reply. Last …

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Words: A Doodle

\Job will resume for those who have been following those guides.  I will have two small insertions before the next study guide comes along. We have an interruption in the schedule. A baking potato gave me some insight this morning, so here it is. “O be careful little tongue what you say. . .” was …

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The Wright Brothers (book review)

The Wright Brothers by David McCullough is published by Simon and Schuster in both print and digital formats. The print length is 337 pages.  I chose the audio format which is 12 hours in listening length. Publication date is May 5, 2015. McCullough became a favorite biographer to me when I was reading biographies of …

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Seven Men and the Secret of Their Greatness (book review)

Seven Mean and the Secret of their Greatness, by Eric Metaxas, Thomas Nelson Publishing, Copyright 2016, 221 pages. This book is available in paper and ink, e-reader, audible, and is available in Talking Books which is run by the Library of Congress. Metaxas is so thorough in his research that I am drawn to his …

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A Wednesday Morning Doodle

As is my custom, Wednesday morning finds me leading a Bible devotional group at our local senior center.  It is one of my very favorite times of the week.  Nothing makes me happier than opening the Word of God and sharing what I have discovered.  As an interactive group, I learn from them and we …

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Drug Addiction, Alcoholism, Abortion

This title is right up front.  You know the subject and I am not trying to hide a single thing in a shadowy title.  These are old sins.  They have been around, I suppose, since the beginning of time. It didn’t take long for the fermentation process to occur and curiosity made mankind taste what …

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