What is window dressing? It is a "pleasant distraction" from the window. Most of what passes for information in the mass media is window dressing. That is because how we feel about what we know is actually more important than what we know. Think about it logically. We see a prostitute in a window. Do... Continue Reading →
Here we have Part 3 in “The Grand Conspiracy”. These are the two previous posts: Why Don’t Our Children And Grandchildren Believe What We Believe? Did The People Ever Run America? So what is this post about? Divide And Conquer: What Do We Call Home? What do we call home? Think about that for minute?... Continue Reading →
I am not surprised I missed this. Not one of those things the MSM had much interest in covering. Nevertheless, Trump signed an interesting bill on December 11, 2018. This move was a long overdue one; correcting a policy enacted by Barack Obama and John Kerry that was responsible for the deaths of thousands of Christians... Continue Reading →
One of ColorStorm’s best! How do I know? He said so.
And ColorStorm is right. It is an excellent post. See for yourself, and consider what it means to repent of a hard heart.
Then contemplate an old commandment, one that does not to have any relationship with ColorStorm’s post.
Exodus 20:12 New American Standard Bible (NASB)
12 “Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be prolonged in the land which the Lord your God gives you.
Have you remembered and honored your parents? To give us practice for honoring God, we begin by honoring our parents .
Why would we want to live to an old age? So we have time to learn what we did not understand when we were young.
Uncle Paul calls you on the phone and tells you about his wife who was just taken ill. You get distracted, and tell him to ‘hang on a sec.’ He says: ‘take your time.’ You were 18 at the time.
70 years later, after a life of job hopping, military tours, ups, downs, family duties, hobbies, and the common affairs of life, you find yourself in a hospital bed; hardly unable to move your right hand, you notice the phone (the one with the cord) is off the hook, and struggle to put it back, but first you put it to your ear and say ‘hello?’
Of course the voice on the other end is uncle Paul who says: ‘I’m here, I waited for you.’ Of course the phone drops immediately to the floor. And in that moment of unannounced honesty but bitter and unvarnished truth, you saw the revelation…
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