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In a vintage Far Side cartoon, Gary Larson depicts some early settlers of the American west with their wagons circled, trying to withstand an attack from their opponents. As flaming arrows are landing all around them, one settler cries out … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Living, Communion Meditations, Humor Tagged armor of God, Ephesians 6, Far Side, Gary Larson, illustration, Satan, shield of faith Leave a comment
The Measure of a Person
Football fans anxiously awaited news about Kyler Murray’s appearance at the NFL scouting combine. While the Heisman Trophy winning quarterback out of Oklahoma declined to participate in throwing drills, he did submit to the measuring of his height and the … Continue reading
Wear Your Helmet!
Kyle McAleer was sitting with family and friends under the scoreboard at Wrigley Field on July 24, when the Cubs hosted the Diamondbacks. After the bottom of the fifth inning, Kyle was injured when a piece of the scoreboard fell … Continue reading
Don’t Get Picked Off!
Terry Mulholland, a left-handed pitcher for the Seattle Mariners in the 1990s, had one of the best pickoff moves in baseball. Over a period of 5 years, only 6 runners were successful in stealing a base off Mulholland. His pitching … Continue reading
Take a Stand
In the passage of Scripture where the apostle Paul says that we need to put on the full armor of God (Eph.6:10-20), he urges us several times to take a stand. He wants God’s people to use the power God … Continue reading
The Lord’s Army
This Saturday is Veterans’ Day in the U.S. It is a time when we remember those who served in the military in the past and those who currently serve. We thank them for their sacrifices that attained and preserved the … Continue reading
Take a Stand!
Even liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has spoken out against the protests of Colin Kaepernick and other football players who kneel during the national anthem. She says that their refusal to stand is “dumb and disrespectful.” Ginsburg does … Continue reading
An old friend of mine passed away yesterday. Steve Case, of Lexington, Kentucky, died after a long illness. He was a giant of a man, in more ways than one. Steve stood 6 feet 8 inches tall, or 5 feet … Continue reading
Veterans of Spiritual Warfare
It is good to see so many people making statements about their appreciation for veterans. We must always be thankful for those who gave so much of themselves in order for us to gain and maintain the freedom in which … Continue reading
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Lord Helps the Devils?!
It’s tournament time for high school baseball in Lexington, Kentucky. The Henry Clay Devils recently beat Lexington Christian Academy by a score of 3-0. One of Henry Clay’s top players, Cameron Lord, hit a home run and played some good … Continue reading