If God has still allowed me time on this earth, it is because he still has something for me to do. I do not presume to know all his thoughts, but that seems to be a safe statement to make. Others younger and more talented than I have entered eternity. There have been moments when I came close to the exit: car accident, surgery, my own foolishness, perhaps. (You may have your own moments to tell about.) But the Lord rescued me from them all (to borrow Paul’s language, if not his experience, in 2 Tim 3.11). Continue reading “The opportunities of life and time, and why we don’t pursue them”
Life is made up of ups and downs. There lies our opportunity. Continue reading That’s life! Four opportunities in trials
Our problem is not a lack of opportunities. We have so many, it’s hard to choose. Continue reading Opportunities abound
One of my duties at school is to man the cafeteria during lunch hour. Although it can get rather hectic, it gives me time around children that I wouldn’t regularly see throughout the day. Continue reading An Elementary Attitude
The days of 38-cents-per-gallon gas are long gone. Customers at a San Antonio convenience store found Tuesday, however, that the good old days had returned. It was too good to be true, and that may explain why no one told store manager Jim Duke about the price on his premium gasoline. Continue reading Grab The Money And Run?