Monthly Archives: March 2017

Inside or Out?

Would I have accepted the invitation?  It’s a haunting question really. You see, Levi (whom we know today as Matthew) was a hated tax collector for the even more greatly hated Roman Empire.  For lack of a better description, Levi … Continue reading

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Respectable Logs

Well, that turned out to be a mistake!  I was minding my own business, reading through Luke 6, when I came to this: How can you say to your brother, ‘Brother, let me take out the speck that is in … Continue reading

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Pictures

My family makes fun of me because I take pictures of almost everything, everywhere we go.  I understand their argument – they want me to “be in the moment” and just enjoy it while we’re there.  I realize there’s a … Continue reading

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Out of the Stands

It was billed as “The World’s Most Visited Dinner Attraction” and “The Most Fun Place to eat in Branson.”  The show features horses and very talented trick riders.  Overall, it really was a good meal and a fun experience. But, … Continue reading

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Watering Cans

To be honest, it really used to chap my hide!  While I can drive past people holding cardboard signs asking for help, my wife and daughter don’t seem to have that same ability – especially if there’s an entire family … Continue reading

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In His Time

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Carried

We don’t see it very often; but I was fortunate enough to witness it yesterday. After waiting a very long time to park the car, board the bus and get into a very crowded theme park, a little fella of … Continue reading

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