I remembered this small event from my past, and I didn't really think it was "worth writing about" but I can't stop thinking about it, it has consistently popped up in my memory (that in itself is a surprise! - I'm old!) soooooo here it is. You have to remember this occurred 40 years ago! … Continue reading Highway Help
This is a little long, but worth the read. From Josh McDowell and Ben Bennett: Whether you are regarded as somebody or nobody in your family, job, school, or church, you are somebody to God. Whether you achieve great or small things, your infinite worth and value to Him are undiminished. God thinks highly … Continue reading Know Your True Identity
In two days (Saturday, Jan 15) if you visit Washington, D.C. - even if you live there - you MUST have three things to be out on the street: Proof of COVID vaccination (12 years old and older). Proof of COVID vaccination AND a photo I.D. (18 years old and older). A mask (and you … Continue reading Papers, Please!
The state of Washington is considering opening up involuntary detention camps and isolation of those with COVID or suspected of having COVID. Of course the government says it isn't so. Please read this article. Part of which says: On page 176 of the 308 statutory pages revised in 2003, one finds this: Sec. 222. RCW … Continue reading COVID Camps?
In the Worthy Brief devotion this morning, it encouraged us to be sure to not let ourselves develop a defeatist attitude: 1 John 5:4 "For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world--our faith." As we are entering some of the most turbulent times in … Continue reading A Winning Attitude
Most of our government has gone completely rogue and taken a large part of the medical industry with it, but this study out of Denmark, I believe, blows the entire thing out of the water, and exposes the true nature of the vaccines. God help us. I remember when they started giving the vaccines someone … Continue reading America’s Judgment
That famous mantra of real estate agents - "location, location, location" - has been around a long time. Whether business or home, the location matters. Close to high traffic areas for businesses, close to schools or groceries for homes (for some people); but it also entails getting into a neighborhood that's considered safe and away … Continue reading Location, Location, Location
By Philip Reynolds The Daily Signal The winter of 1863 was a grim one for American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow—it was a grim one for the entire country. The Civil War had been raging for two years. Communities across the nation lay blanketed in an aching grief. Like years previous, Christmas had come. But it’s … Continue reading I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Christmas on the farm always arrived in great anticipation for me and my brothers. I don't think any of us realized until we moved away from the farm just how dirt poor we really were! I dare say that all of us wouldn't trade those years for anything. We often had cousins visit to whom … Continue reading Bubble Lights
60 years ago Hurricane Carla ravaged the Texas coast, and at one point, in the gulf, was a Category 5 hurricane with winds reaching 175 miles per hour on the morning of September 11, 1961. Just before it hit the coast, the wind speeds dropped to 145. It glanced off of Mexico and continued up … Continue reading A Texas Christmas