Who am I?” Probably all of us ask that question at some point in our lives. Deep down, we know this is one of those big questions that needs to be answered. Identity informs and determines one’s actions. We seem to know this instinctively.
It matters where we go, and whom we seek out, for the answer. Answers will vary depending on who we ask. Continue reading “Who am I? Here’s the first part of the answer”
“With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible” (Mark 10:27). Not to contradict Jesus by any means, but there are plenty of impossibilities with God. In other words, there are plenty of … Continue reading There’s nothing my God can’t do
“Chilling” is a word that comes to mind in reading the article published in the “New York Times” on June 11, 2010. Entitled “Merely Human? That’s So Yesterday”, the article describes a conference held recently in California. Continue reading A New Tower Of Babel?
Whether you support his political views or not, you’ve got to admit that President Barack Obama possesses deadeye aim. In an interview with CNBC this past Tuesday, the President was bothered by a pesky fly. Attempts to shoo it were unsuccessful, so Obama waited for it to settle on the back of his hand. Continue reading Wouldn't Hurt A Fly