Another birthday has come and gone. It caused me to do some reading about birthdays. I didn’t think I’d learn anything new, but I was wrong.
“Your retired?” a fellow asked me. I know this guy from years back, I wasn’t particularly fond of him even when we were kids. He was a blow-hard then--- still was. “Yeah, I’m retired.” I said“What do you do?” he asked “Do?” “Yeah you know… you play golf?”
I went to New Orleans this weekend for my daughter, Nikki’s, and her fiancé Thomas,’ engagement party. On the way down, I picked up my sister-in-law, Charlotte, in Birmingham. The party was hosted by Thomas’ mom, Jean, and it was held in a turn-of-the-century restaurant in a small town called T
We live in a time in which few people seem to care for us. David knew this feeling, and wrote, “I looked on my right hand, and beheld, but there was no man that would know me: refuge failed me; no man cared for my soul” (Ps. 142:4).
Despite bitter cold and record-breaking snowfall, the Senate convened Thursday and Friday to do the people’s work. With the session nearing the halfway point, Thursday and Friday were active days on the Senate floor.
Alabama is a group that has been a staple in country music for 30+ years. Even though their heyday has long since passed, the group is and forever will be the standard-bearer for all groups in country. I got my first taste of Alabama music at a very early age. When their first album, My Home’s
Even avid snow lovers must be tired of our recent winter weather. I’ve had too much time to think about snow. But, some of the information I found was a bit entertaining.
I suppose there are different kinds of lies- some for different reasons. I lie at times to spare someone’s feelings. I’ve lied to the cashier at restaurants when asked, “Was everything all right?” There may have been “rocks in the beans and sand in the meat,” but to avoid embarrassment or soun
This week, the mayor of Boston urged its citizens to act responsibly. He issued the caution in response to the Boston Blizzard Challenge. The challenge witnessed otherwise cautious people diving from upstairs windows and off railings into the snow drifts below. These people have been snowed in
We have 66 books in the Bible (39 Old Testament books, 27 New Testament books) to provide us with God’s guidance and establish and strengthen our faith (Rom. 10:17; Jude 3). Sadly, after 2000 years, some call the Bible “outdated,” “unrealistic,” and the like.