Which Way Did He Go?

How many of you remember the old and violent Bugs Bunny Show? You know the one that’s politically incorrect by today’s standards? For instance, shows that featured Bugs Bunny boxing a huge boxer. Of course the boxer was typecast as a dim witted moron. During the course of the match, Bugs would change into variousContinue reading “Which Way Did He Go?”

To Act or to Complain

This episode of my blog is my complaint. My complaint is that so few Christians have chosen to act and make a spiritual change in their lives. So I feel I am working alone with God and no other support but from my family. I hope and pray that I am wrong and that myContinue reading “To Act or to Complain”

You’ve Got the Power

This is one of the most recognizable slogans for feminist empowerment for the last fifty years. When it first became popular for TV advertising, it encouraged women to do what they’ve been discouraged from doing. It was encouraging and empowering. It helped to usher in the greatest years of female empowerment that the Western worldContinue reading “You’ve Got the Power”

Wow! What a week!

Well it’s good to be back again. If there is one thing that is certain about life is that there is always something changing. The trick is, what have you done to prepare for unexpected changes and what are you expecting as a result of changes? This is the first time in one week thatContinue reading “Wow! What a week!”

History in the making, #4.

It’s no secret now, President Donald Trump is the fourth president to be charged with articles of impeachment. As he is supported by the Evangelical body of ministers and believers in the United States, it’s interesting to note the spiritual significance of the number 4. On the fourth day of creation week, the Lord completedContinue reading “History in the making, #4.”

The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend

One of the most famous of unholy alliances is the alliance that eventually won World War II. Nazi Germany had over run Europe, was moving east over the U.S.S.R. and controlled a great part of Northern Africa. England was alone. The Soviet Union was stalled. And America had barely entered the war. The need toContinue reading “The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend”