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Category Archives: Common Sense
No one is guaranteed anything or is entitled to anything. Today’s society doesn’t seem to realize this. You must work for what is of value to you to obtain it. One thing, however, is guaranteed. God wanted fellowship restored with … Continue reading
I noted recently a post from my publisher on FB. They are looking for people with manuscripts for possible publication. There were quite a few inquiries of a variety that showed the desires of people wanting to know how to … Continue reading
I’m in a unique situation where I have family, but they are all cousins in the majority. I have only one brother left of four. My parents and all my aunts and uncles are gone. Being almost 72 years old … Continue reading
How many times have you heard the phrase “Just another day”? The connotation of that is to say all the days leading up to this day are all the same and it’s just another one of those days like any … Continue reading
This will be a short post today. This thought came from a post on FB. Romans 8:1 – “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the … Continue reading
I had concluded a while back I had come to a place in life where I would no longer have issues with doing wrong. However, I find today that God has a way of turning up the heat in the … Continue reading
I wake up around four most mornings, but it’s usually to make my wife something for her breakfast before leaving for work. Well a couple of mornings have been different lately. Take this morning for instance. It’s Saturday morning and … Continue reading
When I went to church this morning I knew the service was to congratulate the graduates. I was one of those. I go to Atlanta, GA the 24th of June 2022 to walk the stage to receive my papers to … Continue reading
Being 71 is a blessing, yet resigns me to my mortality. As I have written about in the past I was told I would not live past 60. No. Nothing about an incurable disease. My dad called it a genetic … Continue reading