The Scriptures describe Satan as being active! We see Satan “going to and fro in the earth, and … walking up and down in it” (Job 1:7, 2:2), looking for a righteous man.
As we look forward to cookouts, shopping, and celebrations this Memorial Day weekend, it is imperative to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. They are the brave men and women who fought and died while protecting our freedom, a privilege we covet here in the United States.
I heard of Pulltight growing up in Muhlenberg County. I never knew where it was, or even if there were such a place. I assumed there was. Maybe it was just an expression: “He lives at Pulltight.”
This week I have another Covers installment. I’ll begin with a classic oldie, “Sugar, Sugar”.
Many of us are so ready for the coming summer. This week school is closing for summer vacation, graduation is scheduled, and then we’ll have Memorial Day weekend to relax. The end of May can be exciting!
Last week was one of those weeks that sucked all of my brain cells dry. When I sat down to write this column, I had nothing. It was then that I hit upon this idea. Why not ask my husband, Garey, to write my column. I approached him with the idea. As predicted, he said, “Are you crazy!”
Four times in New Testament Scripture we read about the statement that Pilate wrote and placed above Christ when He hung on the cross. (Matt. 27:37; Mk. 15:26; Lk. 23:38; Jn. 19:19).
Some uncommon thoughts of a common man...sometimes with my own common thoughts thrown in:
This week I conclude my ode to the Big Bang Theory, which ends its 12 season run Thursday night. This week I’ll touch on the guest stars and recurring characters who have helped make this show the juggernaut it’s been. Let’s start with probably my favorite recurring character, Barry Kripke.
During the recent cold snaps, I tried to recall what I had learned from my parents and from a college folklore course about the “little winters” of the spring. Unfortunately, I could not recall all of the names or the order of the winters.