The clock is ticking. You and I are all set to go for another twelve months: We have left the old year behind; all things are new and pure; we have made our plans and all systems are in place.
Seniors have a great time sipping coffee and reminiscing. We did this, we did that and on and on we go, day after day. It is kind of fun and perhaps even helpful in this thing called growing old quietly or growing old with a tender spirit.
The Apostle Peter calls us “newborn babies.” We know that newborn babies have only their mother and father to take care of them. They are helpless, wholly dependent from top to bottom – from tip to toe and their caregiver.
Why should I feel guilty? What have I ever done that should cause me to go on a guilt trip? After all, I am a Christian and Christians are guilt-free. Right!
As we get older most of us will or have been in contact with people who are nearing the end of their life here on earth. But how we deal with that most important time in life is quite another matter.
Summertime – here come the flies, the bugs and so many other creepy things. When we take a drive through the countryside during the summer month’s we can not help see cows, horses, and sheep grazing in the fields, they seem to be everywhere.
Agree to disagree: True or false. This one-liner is one of the biggest confidence trick jobs that Christian folks can fall for.
Throughout all the ages, people have predicted life after death. We understand some of their talking points. This is really not that new to any of us.
Two people walking in the woods. One with a negative attitude and the other with a positive attitude.