Yesterday I mentioned the blessings in Deuteronomy Chapter 28. Just in case you have never read it, I decided to post it from the NLT version.
“If you fully obey the Lord your God and carefully keep all his commands that I am giving you today, the Lord your God will set you high above all the nations of the world. Continue reading
We had quite a different service last night.
Our Bible study has started in Ephesians, where we only read the first three verses. We halted on the third one; Eph 1:3-All praise to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly realms because we are united with Christ.
This tells us that He has blessed us! Continue reading
Last year I upgraded my phone to an iPhone4s. I took my old iPhone3g and gave it to Linda.
She took her old phone and put it away.
This past week, our daughter was having trouble with her phone. It seems the screen is going out and she having trouble seeing text and pictures.
So the logical solution is to give her Linda’s old phone, the one we put away… somewhere! Continue reading
He came to church and sat on the back row.
Everyone shook his hand and introduced themselves.
He was a stranger; someone they had never seen before.
He stood quietly throughout the praise and worship. Continue reading
On Friday an appliance repairman came to our house to do warranty work on the front-load washer.
This is the 3rd time a repairman has had to work on it and it’s been a different one each time.
This guy was really nice and thorough. Continue reading
Wednesday night finished up a study of Galatians.
The book is about how the church(es) had heard the true Gospel message from Paul and believed it.
Then, as soon as he left, some others came in, added to and changed the message. Continue reading
I couldn’t help but laugh.
Haylee walked into the living room with a bloody paper towel. I asked her, “What happened, baby?”
She said that she fell down and poked herself on something on the floor.
Over the next few minutes she admitted she had poked herself with a kitchen knife while cutting her some summer sausage. Continue reading