Advent, the prelude to Christmas, a season of waiting and anticipation for the birth of the Messiah, and in some circles, a focused wait in hopeful anticipation of Christ’s second coming. I understand all that. Continue reading “The Advent of the Sons of God”
The Pinnacle in Albany Township is in my front yard. That is I have a clear view of it from my front porch. The last time I hiked to the summit pictured here was over 40 years ago. I’ve been staring at its attractive profile for the last three years now. Continue reading “Lessons on the Trail”
I was talking with my brother in law the other day about his trip to Tortola years ago. He was recalling his time at the Bomba Shack for a Full Moon Party. So, here’s a little history. Continue reading “Can’t Franchise This”
While on earth, Jesus lived as a fleshly human being; viz., tempted by the enemy; experiencing hunger and weariness, but yielding to Papa’s life in Him. Continue reading “Jesus”
Since I started following Jesus over 40 years ago, there’s a few things I’ve discovered about myself. One of those things is this – I know less now than I did then. And I also know more now than I did then. But it’s all in how I know what I know. Continue reading “What does it mean?”
Salvation is a gift to our poverty, not a triumph of our resources.
The picture above; Lake Geneva, Switzerland viewed from an obscure highland pasture near the tiny restaurant, La’Prafandaz. Who would build a restaurant in a high remote pasture, right? Continue reading “The Place”
People attempt at grasping who God is by taking the best version of themselves, projecting that to the nth degree, factoring in all the goodness they perceive, then, call that God. Continue reading “The Wardrobe of Doctrine”