Monthly Archives: February 2013

God still speaks

Is following Christ a heavy load or does it lift your load?  How you answer the question determines whether your religion and your religious habits are a burden or a blessing. The person who wrote the book of Psalms said, … Continue reading

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A Cry to the Lord

Scooping ashes from the fireplace and cleaning lint from the clothes dryer filter is not particularly difficult, but neither are they on my bucket list.  However, just as these actions make other parts of life more enjoyable, so the season … Continue reading

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Choose your financial future while you can

We are a nation absolutely addicted to debt, and the U.S. debt crisis threatens to destroy everything that our forebears built.  The prosperity around us is an illusion. Our outstanding public debt is $16,499,318,345,146.23 which works out to $52,478.65 per … Continue reading

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Youth is not an excuse

“Youth is not an excuse. It is fact.” That is the way Wally Hall ended his sports column several Friday’s ago. His remarks were a reflection on the complaints of some that Arkansas lost their SEC season opener to Texas … Continue reading

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What Kind of Extremism?

Reading “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” by Martin Luther King, Jr. last week was inspiring, thought provoking, troubling, encouraging and inspirational.  His words on extremism struck a chord.  He was initially disappointed to be viewed an extremist, but warmed to … Continue reading

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Isn’t it enough?

Addie Whisenant of the Presidential Inaugural Committee stated “Pastor [Louie] Giglio was asked to deliver the benediction in large part because of his leadership in combating human trafficking around the world.”  Human sex trafficking is the most common form of … Continue reading

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