Comorbidity. It’s a word that sounds… uncomfortable! It’s one of the words with which we have become more familiar in the pandemic, along with ‘social distancing’ and ‘quarantine’ and ‘corona virus.’ Comorbidity, basically, is the term used for preexisting conditions, ones that increase the chance of death in combination with another disease. We have been … Continue reading Comorbidity
In 1861 Julia Ward Howe, wife of a government official, wrote a poem for Atlantic Monthly for five dollars. The magazine called it, Battle Hymn of the Republic. The music may be by William Steffe. Mine eyes have seen the glory Of the coming of the Lord; He is trampling out the vintage Where the … Continue reading His Day IS Coming!
I received this from a nephew, Pastor Jeff: "Hoping you all have a thoughtful day knowing that you can't have Christmas without the manger, You can't have the manger without the cross, You can't have the cross without the grave, You can't have the grave without the resurrection, You can't have the resurrection without the … Continue reading The Dawn of Redeeming Grace