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Category Archives: Maturity
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
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
Anyone that follows the Lord knows that He leads us every day to meet people after we have had time with Him each day. I don’t know how everyone reading my posts feels, but when I’m not doing something, I’m … Continue reading
I don’t normally look at my stats, but lately I’ve become more curious as to where people that do visit this page live. Granted I have only a few followers, but I am amazed at the power of the internet. … Continue reading
I started out today doing taxes. I realized when I saw how much I owe I thought about how far God has brought me in life. It’s a non-issue anymore. I would have cried, struggled, and fought with the number … Continue reading
Last week my wife and I sat down to listen to my mentor, Dr. Kelley Varner speak in the Christian Leadership Institute class concerned the life of Elijah. It can be found on the page that still exists at: Dr … Continue reading
I find myself with no tasks on my agenda for today except to read a book, watch TV, nap, or as I always do, enjoy my wife’s company. The Cheap Detective is on presently with Peter Falk. It’s a movie … Continue reading
This is just a short note for the evening. First off, don’t think I’m ranting. I’m not. I used to listen to rock music way back when I was in my 20’s via a set of headphones. A lot of … Continue reading