Tag Archives: illustration

The Truth Is Essential

Star Trek’s reliable source of logic, Mr. Spock, once said, “Insufficient facts always invite danger.” The Bible concurs, as Hosea 4:6 states, “…My people are destroyed from lack of knowledge.” Scripture consistently warns us of the dangers of ignoring the … Continue reading

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Still Going Strong!

90-year-old Fran Goldman of Seattle had an appointment to get her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine recently. The fact that there was a huge snowfall might have been problematic for some people. It turns out that it was no … Continue reading

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Talent on Loan from God

Yesterday I wrote about how the left is trying to demonize the late Rush Limbaugh, but largely failing in their efforts. I pointed out that this reminds us of how we need to live our lives in such a way … Continue reading

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Living Among the Pagans

Out of curiosity, I read a couple of articles written by left-leaning media members about the life of the recently deceased conservative icon, Rush Limbaugh. Needless to say, these articles were somewhat less than flattering. They tried to portray Limbaugh … Continue reading

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Answering an Atheist

I found the following in Collected Christian Convictions, by Don Nash: In answer to an atheist who had mailed him some infidel literature attacking the Christian faith, one preacher wrote the following rebuttal: “My dear sir, if you have anything … Continue reading

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Making Room

Jerry and Sandy Tucker founded and operated the Galilean Home in Casey County, Kentucky. They took care of people, mostly children, who had some of the greatest physical needs and mental disabilities that you can imagine. Jerry and Sandy wrote … Continue reading

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Small Details Matter

Nicole Kidman worked hard to give an accurate portrayal of Virginia Woolf in the movie The Hours. The left-handed Kidman learned how to write with her right hand. You might think that it was a lot of needless work, but … Continue reading

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Fear Him!

A long, long time ago a small, timid man made a bold move and decided to sell everything he owned in order to move from his home in the east and seek his fortune on the wild American frontier. He … Continue reading

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A Falling What Now?

A recent cold spell in southern Florida prompted the National Weather Service in Miami to issue a “falling iguana alert”. I did a double-take when I read that, because this is something that I had never heard of. Apparently a … Continue reading

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Time to Produce

When it comes time to assess the viability of the flowers, bushes and trees that we have planted around our house, my wife is much more merciful than I am. Whenever I suggest that some puny-looking plant ought to be … Continue reading

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