The Bible is a unique book. While it is not a science book, it is scientifically accurate. Though it is not a geography book, it is geographically accurate. It is historically true and is obviously a spiritually-focused book.
HAVE NO IDEAL- I am by no means a member of the “language police,” for I have been known to be less than formal in my own spoken engagements.
At the risk of sounding like an organ recital--goodness forbid. Although I need to take a bit of morning medication, our grey-stripy cat, Lilly Bell, is asleep in my lap; I am reluctant to disturb her.
This week we pick up 50 fast facts with #16. There’s a 3,500 year old song. Known as “Hurrian Hymn #6, the music, inscribed in cuneiform on clay tablets, were excavated from the ancient city of Ugarit(today’s Northern Suria), dating back to 1400 B.C. You can actually listen to the tune, perfor
Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon” (https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/belief).
Local: The irony of the holiday season is that although it is almost universally recognized as a time of joy, many fol
Dessert is such an emotional food. You put so much of yourself into making dessert. It’s happy food. I’ve often watched Garey and Sabria make homemade ice cream together then eat it together, congratulating themselves on the finished product. It has been a real bonding experience for them.
Naaman (II Kings 5) was a “mighty man in valor.” He was captain of the Syrian army, known for his military cunning, and bravery. Unfortunately, he was a leper (II Kings 5:1).