In the last few weeks, we have studied about people’s wrong attitudes. The Bible shows us some folks who had wrong attitudes, and as a result, sinned. The wrong attitudes we have studied thus far are pride, covetousness, and self-sufficiency.
“The First Cut Is The Deepest” is a 1967 song written by Cat Stevens, originally released by P.P. Arnold in May 1967. Rod Stewart covered the song in 1977, Sheryl Crow in 2003.
Have you ever had a bad day? Sometimes when a couple of things go wrong, we decide that we’re having a bad day. We may even beat ourselves up for whatever went wrong. Although having a bad day is common, people cope with those times differently.
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in an important case regarding religious freedom and whether the government can treat religious institutions as second class.
Please indulge me. I like TV reruns; I also like old joker-the clean ones are the funniest. If you’ve heard them before, I hope you’ll like them again; I prefer to call them stories.
Over the course of two days, my granddaughter, Sabria, and I made two of the biggest messes that have ever been made in this house. Hers involved Easter egg dye. Mine involved liquid makeup. Mine was by far the worst. Let me explain.
We studied last week that people’s wrong attitudes result in wrong actions. We saw that God’s people contend with the temptation to have these wrong attitudes. In fact, the Bible shows us some folks who had wrong attitudes, and as a result, sinned.
WONDERING ABOUT WONDER
It was an honor to serve you and our district in Frankfort this session. Called the “most productive and historic session” in history, I, along with my colleagues in the Senate, were proud to stand with Kentuckians as we passed historic legislation alongside our new House Majority.