Month: September 2017

What To Do While Waiting For The End

I recall at age 22,  after committing my life to Christ how on fire I was for Jesus. So much so that I was annoying. Eventually my parents asked me to stop talking to them about it because they believed they were already Christians due to their infant baptism and church membership. This summer marked the 35th anniversary of that moment I recall clearly of prayer, alone in my living room and the immediate knowledge that I truly was forgiven and born into God’s family as a follower. Early on I would hear that we are in the last...

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Last night I watched a preview of Ken Burns’ latest work. “The Vietnam War” is a film of how men go berserk. As it spread in Cambodia, and further into Laos, for Presidents and generals, that war was utter chaos. For soldiers in the trenches, that war was Hell on Earth. It was a futile, senseless war of no impressive worth. It marked the start of fifty years of unrelenting war. The corporate profit-mongers watched profits start to soar! From Desert Storm, back to Iraq, and then Afghanistan, the “complex” that Dwight warned about completely drained our land. Today,...

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How does one forgive another person for a deceitful word or action? “I cannot forgive someone who maliciously fabricated untrue information about me and that has caused me emotional stress and serious pain!” Yes, we all have been injured and hurt by erroneous comments or actions at some point in our life. It can be a horrific and unjust experience. A friend befriending another, parent abusing a child, child lying to a parent, the list goes on… It is never easy to forgive someone. Forgiveness is usually a process or sequence of events. In fact it may be impossible...

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