Why Build a Boat on Dry Land?

The Bible says that Noah was the grandson of Methuselah, the son of Lamech, and the father of Shem, Ham, and Japheth.  He was a godly man in an ungodly world. Scripture plainly states that the reason the Lord sent the Flood was because people had become so evil that their sins required Divine punishment. […]

Out of the Fog

Out of the Fog

  Remember that old, scary film, Out of the Fog? Well, it’s foggy this morning, and so thick that it looks as if anything could slowly emerge from the fog–eerie and silent. What is there about fog that appeals to imaginations? Maybe it’s because it distorts things and makes the familiar seem weird and unknown. […]

Batten Down the Hatches

Batten Down the Hatches

  It seems that life is made up of one storm after the other, with peaceful stretches in between. When we feel tossed around by circumstances, it’s time to batten down the hatches and hold tight. One of my favorite poems is The Voyagers by Van Dyke: O Maker of the mighty deep, whereon our vessels […]

Just For Today

  God supplies all our needs–one day at a time. Do you ever feel overwhelmed? Too many possibilities out there, too many decisions to make, too many problems and possible problems, too many concerns. Too many “what ifs” about tomorrow. Pile on top of that, all the mistakes, heartaches, wrongs and bad stuff from all […]

Formula for Success

“My tongue is the pen of a ready writer” (Psalm 45:1). Writing–the thing I love best, not to be compared with the people I love best, much more than writing, but it is the occupation, the activity, the fire that burns within. So my pen is certainly ready and so are the words for my […]

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