More To Come…

Dear Reader, Due to technical problems, I don’t have a post for today. But here, at least, is our agenda. Over the next few days we will cover Abraham, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob, Joseph and then move on to Moses. Neither my time nor yours will allow us to touch on the innumerable events and people where we find Jesus in the Old Testament. Once we discover Jesus in several events in Moses’ life we will then excavate some of the less trodden sites where Jesus can be found; a few may surprise you! Best Regards,Gary Photo by Nicolas Thomas on Unsplash

Wobbly Stool – Conclusion

3 legged stool - conclusion

Living for Jesus is an exciting adventure. Thankfully, He provides all we need to do what He desires us to do! That wobbly stool will be rock-steady when you are fully engaged with God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Read more

The Ubiquity of His Grace

Right now, wherever you are, you are living within God’s grace. Why? Because you can receive nothing from God without it being given by God’s grace, unearned and given because God’s favor is with you. Read more

A Good Name

man walking past a wall that has the word "good" on it

Developing a good name takes years, but it can be lost by a single inappropriate moral action. Mess up, and to the back of the line, you go. Read more

A Cluttered Mind

A cluttered room full of books

I learned about a cluttered mind from a wonderful pastor of our church when we lived on the west coast. He helped me understand the value of uncluttering my mind before I prayed. To this day I still try to do this, and every time I think of Pastor Dwayne. Read more

I Love Words

If we fill our thoughts and speech with contradictions and foolish words, then why would we expect God to believe what we say to Him? If we want our prayers to be acceptable to God, we need to obey what Jesus said, and we always should say what we mean and mean what we say. Read more

The Fifth Sparrow


Luke 12:6 (NIV), “Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God.” Read more


We are told by Jesus to: “ask and ye shall receive”. Asking changes our direction, from selfishness to surrender. That very action of asking is a surrendering and a recognition that the one you ask has something you don’t have. Read more

Ford 9N

Luke 9:62 (NIV) Jesus replied, “No one who puts a hand to the plow and looks back is fit for service in the kingdom of God.” Read more

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