Monthly Archives: August 2017

Too Quick to Judge

It is rediculously easy to jump to conclusions and make judgments before all the facts are in.  I suppose we are all prone to this very human failing.  I know I am guilty and wish it were not so. You … Continue reading

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A Curmudgeon’s Musings on Muddled Marriages

We spend years studying.  Some subjects we will never use — at least in some practical way.  Others will be of benefit to some phase of our life in significant ways.  But how much study have we devoted to marriage … Continue reading

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Is the Adult in America and Endangered Species?

The following is a neat review of a book by Senator Ben Sasse that you may want to read.  The reviewer is Eric Davis and his review appeared at: thecripplegate.com as: The Vanishing American Adult – Book Review.  Eric Eric is a … Continue reading

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Look to Jesus for the Standard for Living

Here is the best succinct description I have come across for how we should live. It appeared as: How Do You Determine Right from Wrong? at: bobrussell.org. RMF How Do You Determine Right from Wrong? By Pastor Bob Russell Several … Continue reading

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Desire Rightly Understood – Genesis 3:16

Genesis Chapter three has always been fascinating to me.  And verse 16 especially so.  I’ve never felt totally comfortable with the interpretations of it that I have heard and read.  The following is an article by Jordan Standridge that greatly … Continue reading

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