Often we find folks who justify their sinful behavior by saying, “I am not bothering anyone.” This excuse may sound thoughtful, but it is not.
It’s time once again for another round of “Oh, you didn’t know”!
Not many people go to work every day under constant threat of a dog attack – but USPS letter carriers do. On average, nearly 15 mail carriers per day are attacked.
I was looking for some information in Foxfire 3, one of a series of folklore-collection books that belonged to my late husband. In it, I came across a section entitled Summer and Fall Wild Plant Foods.
The Bible speaks very matter-of-factly about the crucifixion of Christ. We know that this event was a matter of prophecy in the Old Testament (Gen. 3:15; Ps. 22; Isa. 53; Dan. 9:26).
When my granddaughter, Sabria, was about three years old, she found a blue mermaid in a thrift shop. It was purchased for her, and she carried it everywhere. She slept with it and even played with
“It’s All Over Now”. No, that is not my sentiment after turning 42 last week. It’s the first song in this week’s in
Words of others or quotes can be helpful. Life’s experiences may cause us to relate to certain quotes. When facing a difficult path, encouraging and motivational quotes can give us strength.
Some folks march to a different drum. But you knew that.
As a preacher, I am asked many questions concerning why I teach what I teach and why. The title above is a question someone asked me, and I thought this was an excellent question. After answering it, I thought perhaps the answer I gave might be helpful to others who might have wondered this.