Back Under the Covers
Last week, I was trying to put drops into my eyes with the new drops my ophthalmologist prescribed for my dry eye condition. I struggled with the bottle for days before I finally approached Garey for help.
Ezra 1:2-11 records Cyrus’ edict that allowed the people to return to the land of Israel. He knew their purpose was to build a Temple in Jerusalem (v. 3). He encouraged people to give the travelers gold, silver, animals, and other things needed for the journey (v. 4, 6).
There are a lot of things I like about Cracker Barrell. Obviously, the food is good but I really like the classic feel and ambiance.
When the fall weather arrives, my food choices change. For lunch today, I had a delicious salad, but I wanted chili. For a few days now, I have craved chili and hot cocoa. It’s odd how my taste changes with the seasons.
There is a verse in Second Timothy that reads: “In a large house there are articles not only of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay; some are for special purposes and some for common use (NIV). I don’t think my husband, Garey, has ever read that verse or if he has, I believe he has misint
Lasciviousness or licentiousness is a word found six times in the New Testament (Mk. 7:22; II Cor. 12:21; Gal. 5:19; Eph. 4:19; I Pet. 4:3; Jude 4). This is not a word used often in the 21st century, but the definition of this word is seen almost daily in the lives of ungodly men.
To say that Constitutional Amendment 1 on this yea
As I write this on a Tuesday morning, we are a day removed from the shocking loss of comedian and actor Leslie Jordan. From NBC’s Will & Grace to FOX’s
I believe I’ve told you before that the worst night of my life was spent on the banks of the Warrior River in Alabama, watching and waiting as Garey and my father-in-law ran a trotline. They made an event of the process; cooking eggs over an open fire, making coffee in a Crisco can—which is okay