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Category Archives: Dreams
I met a man during the weekend at Pennyrile Campground/Lodge just outside of Dawson Springs, KY. His name is Sam Webb. He was a dishoveled man whose hair looked a frightful mess. His clothing was mostly bed clothing with a … Continue reading
2022. For us baby boomers still around I find it amazing and blessed to still be alive and well on planet earth. Many of us are still strong. . .at least mentally. Physical strength isn’t a solid requirement to work … Continue reading
As this year winds down I’ve found that in spite of the world’s condition I have thrived. I have thrived for one reason. That reason is God. This year started with school again by God’s speaking to me to do … Continue reading
At this point in life I find myself with a peculiar thought. I turned seventy years old this year. May dad passed away at the age of sixty. This being the last day of 2020 I look in retrospect of … Continue reading
It seems like only yesterday I was sixty. That was 2010. Now approaching seventy I’ve found a plethora of changes have occurred not only in my mental state, but physical as well. No longer youthful, even as I presumed so … Continue reading
So. I bought a Harley Sportster 1200 on the 25th of May. They told me I could trade back my bike back at the price I paid for it if I did so within a year of purchase. I rode … Continue reading
I was just sitting down to my computer and I play Christian music 95% of the time and the song by Hillsong “Starts and Ends” began to play and the phrase “Lay your burden down” caught my attention. God knows … Continue reading
From the age of 13 I knew I was called to the ministry. I would lie in my bed at night and preach to the dark ceiling in my bedroom before turning over to sleep. I had not even made … Continue reading
Ah! what a beautiful fall day! I love the fall more than the other seasons. Can’t pinpoint a specific reason why, but I could try. Spring has its hopes of new growth under the warmth of the early rising sun. … Continue reading