At the end of Ecclesiastes 7, we read, “Lo, this only have I found, that God hath made man upright; but they have sought out many inventions.” These words are a sober reminder that what God had in mind for man and what man has become are two very different things!
Dear Editor: As a judicial candidate in Western Kentucky running for a Court of Appeals seat, I can’t help but notice the general unawareness throughout our area about this race. I do not make this assertion to place blame, but simply as a statement of fact. Ordinarily, there
Last week, we had some beautiful October weather. It’s time to begin closing down our gardens and plan for next year.
But for the lack of a button:
I may have shared this sometime in the past, if so, I’d like to hear it again. Maybe you would too.
The first seven verses of Ecclesiastes 5 remind us to be careful about the words we say.
Most everyone has added something to their repertoire during this time of Covid. There is also something to be said for subtracting things that, let’s face
My grandson’s recent wedding turned my thoughts to our marital traditions. Indya Moore said, “Tradition is nothing but ancestral peer pressure,” and W.