Signs of Danger

Signs of Danger

Today’s post is my opinion on what I see happening. My opinion is the only one I have. If you think it may offend you, please read no further. I am more than a little concerned about all the dissent around us. I’m sure you are too. I don’t watch national news and very little […]

He Is Risen!

He Is Risen!

Matthew 28:1-7  In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre. 2 And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord descended from heaven, and came and rolled back the stone from […]

It Doesn’t Take Much

It Doesn’t Take Much

It doesn’t take much to put a sparkle in my day. Yesterday, I thought about the Halloween pumpkin. You see, it’s this way–my grandchildren and I have made it a yearly tradition to give our Halloween pumpkin that sits on my front porch for a month or so, a chance at a new life. It […]

Times Like These

Times Like These

Actually, there has never been a time like this in the United States of America. For us, the sweeping changes caused by a virus are something new, different, unwanted, and unpleasant. There’s an old song, In Times Like These. We used to sing it a lot at General Baptist in Tahlequah. Another song which expresses […]

Think on These Things

Think on These Things

  I don’t believe in putting my head in the sand and not knowing what’s going on. Neither do I believe in panicking. Dictionary definition: Panic is sudden overpowering fear, often affecting large numbers of people all at once. This, I’m afraid, is what many people are experiencing and, let me tell you, it doesn’t […]

Seems Like I’ve Heard That Before

Today’s blog is a list of quotes that we’ve probably heard–or, maybe not. Anyway, I thought it would  be fun to list them and see how you do. These are the possibilities: I Corinthians 13:13, William Shakespeare, Scarlett O’Hara, John F. Kennedy, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Sir Winston Churchill, Robert Browning, Victor Hugo, Mark Twain, Darcy […]

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