Perhaps you've heard a customer ask store personnel, "Who's in charge?" They want to know who the boss is, who's in authority. Many people, including non-Christians, think that, here on the earth, God is in charge, that He's in authority, that He's in control. But is it true? Is God really in charge on the … Continue reading Who’s in Charge?
Among the the books I read growing up were ones entitled We Were There. This series portrayed characters as being part of the actual events being told about. Whether it was the explorers Lewis and Clark, the Boston Tea Party, or the Battle of Gettysburg, the author made it seem like the reader was actually … Continue reading We Were There
Tennis is scored by a series of points: love (0), 15, 30, 40, and game point. Six games make a set. Whoever wins a majority of sets wins the match. When both players have 40, a tie breaker system is used to determine the winner. Players take turns serving to their opponent, in the hopes … Continue reading Advantage: You
"What difference does it make" has become a well known question in recent months. Depending on your viewpoint it can either ask us to be focused on right now or, for some, be viewed as an attempt to miniaturize an issue, belief, or question. On this question you be the judge and jury of what … Continue reading What Difference Does it Make?
Today's post expands on Things to Know (Part 1) where I list 3 things for Christians to know, for success in this life. Here are a few other things to know: 4. God's ability is in you. This ability enables you to fulfill the Great Commission of reaching those God is directing you to-your part … Continue reading Things to Know (Part 2)
Success, whether in the classroom, workplace, or life in general, depends on knowing some things. Knowing these things spells the difference between success and failure, victory and defeat. As Christians, we need to know some things about who and whose we are, what belongs to us, and what we can do in this life. What … Continue reading Things to Know (Part 1)
Many homes have thermometers, both inside and out. Outside thermometers are usually in the shade, whereas central heat/air conditioning units have an indoor thermometers with their thermostats. Both indoor and outdoor thermometers serve the same function: to measure actual temperature at any given moment. Thermostats, however, allow occupants to change the surrounding temperature from what … Continue reading Thermometer or Thermostat?
Fishing regulations vary from state to state-even from one lake or river to another. Some fishing spots allow a limit of how many fish can be taken, while others enforce a regulation known as "catch and release." This means that whatever fish one catches must be released back into the water; none can be taken … Continue reading “Catch and Release” Christianity
The 1951 World Series featured competing rookies, such as Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees and Willie Mays of the New York Giants. Veteran Joe DiMaggio was finishing his illustrious career with the Yankees. Along with his powerful bat, Joe possessed a great throwing arm. Unknown to players and fans alike, however, Joe's once … Continue reading Run, Run, Run
Identity theft. It's a problem that's growing in our world today. Television, print, and social media warn of the problem and apparent ease of identity theft. What is identity theft? Identity theft is the act of assuming the identity of another for financial and/or other benefit (s). This usually takes place in the form of … Continue reading Protect Your Identity