There is one quick way that I've learned to set myself apart in this world; relate to human sentiments and speak about the things of Jesus Christ. Those with extraordinary knowledge have no need for those things. I'm sure to them I'm unlearned and ignorant. In today's world, it seems that anyone who chooses Jesus … Continue reading Being Taken Notice Of
I will never again go shopping on a Sunday. Sundays in this community are becoming more about causing friction with human sentiments and the Spirit of Christ than it is about honoring the Word of God. The Lord's Day is becoming a day plagued by those who receive the mark of the beast, the human … Continue reading I Quit Shopping on Sundays
There are several times that I can recall my co-workers encouraging me to leave work early with them. Our scheduled time to clock-out every night was midnight. Often, we would have our work duties done before that time and the other employees would leave early. I tried leaving early once but the manager questioned me, … Continue reading I’ll Wait till Jesus Comes
My prayers have two qualities that puts them on the extinction list in the eye of this world; number one they show my humanness and number two they show that Jesus is still a part of who I am. In my humanness I still feel concern for others and in the Spirit of Christ I … Continue reading Prayer is on the Extinction List?
I saw where gas prices are over $4.79 a gallon just a half block from my front door. I know there are a lot of people not liking that. It puts a squeeze on their money and activities. I know the people in the apartments where I'm at can't afford the extra expense. Then again, … Continue reading Sword of Inflation
What is it about open doors and windows? It's a beautiful and sunny day today reaching near the 70's. So, I opened the doors and windows of my ground floor apartment. I was able to enjoy about 10 minutes of the birds singing and the fresh Spring breeze. Then the un-Springlike sounds and odor started … Continue reading Who Owns the Sunshine?
Seems like everyone is marching to the beat of the same drummer, but Jesus is not that drummer. If I march to the beat of the Lamb of God, I'm out of line. Jesus is my friend and King and apparently that makes me not a friend of everyone else. Jesus knows everything I go … Continue reading Whose Friend Am I?
In my 63 years of life, I have often wondered about the choices people make relating to the others in their life. When it comes to relationships, the girls seem to want the guys who are the "bad" boys in society. As a person who worked in the health care industry, I wondered why most … Continue reading Is There a Third Option?
I was enrolled in a computer course to learn some basics of computing. I had to learn how to use a double "for and next" loop. It was a little complicated. I got home and the youngest of my 4 brothers looked at it and within minutes told me exactly how to work it. Amazing! … Continue reading Humbled and Surviving
The apartment complex where I live is like an evergreen tree planted in the middle of the Sahara Desert. It's an evergreen tree so there must be some hope there. But the water that gives life is barely present. Home Health Aides, Meals on Wheels, and transportation service for Veterans are here on a daily … Continue reading Damming the Waters