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Video: The Love of God: Do the Math!

Success: Hard work. Knowledge. Attitude. Yet, how does this compare to God’s love for us? We write much about success, and about how much of it depends upon our realization of what God has already given us, what we already have, … Continue reading

More Math: “Intelligent Design”

Recently, we posted a video called “The Love of God: Do the Math!” Here’s another video for you to enjoy, using the the Math equation of 1.68 Phi, showing there can be no doubt that, behind all creation, is, literally, “Intelligent Design.” … Continue reading

Prayer Returns to Public Schools

Hi Friends: This is another one of those times when I ask you to place the title in context. There is a thought which says that prayer isn’t allowed in Public Schools. There is also a thought which says that … Continue reading

Real Look at a World “N” Need: Same Family, Different Block-Part Two

I have given much thought about how to present the numbers I am going to share with you, concerning how much of the world’s population is under persecution … what percentage of our earth’s population is suffering persecution, just because … Continue reading

Wealth Stored for the Righteous-Part 8

We continue to meditate on the wealth that is being stored up for us, and continue to meditate on the blessings which God has graciously bestowed upon us, which we are enjoying, right now. I can’t help but think, and … Continue reading

Shared Email Classics: Tons of Puns for Funs

1. The fattest knight at King Arthur’s round table was Sir Cumference. He acquired his size from too much pi. 2. I thought I saw an eye-doctor on an Alaskan island, but it turned out to be an optical Aleutian. … Continue reading

Thoughts on Snow: Part Four?

This can’t really be a Part Four … can it? “I am not obsessed with snow … I am not obsessed with snow … I am not … obsessed with snow …” I’m really not … in fact, we are … Continue reading

Road Reflections: “What a Country!”-Part 1

I’d have to say that I love to travel, especially when it’s not work related. I love seeing new things, new surroundings, new people (or peoples), and, as a student of history, all of the history which travel exposes one … Continue reading

Heroes of the Faith: Jacob Abbott

In our nation’s early history, many children learned to read, by reading the Bible. While, yes, this is a great idea, we must also consider that there just wasn’t much literature, in print during this time, which was written at … Continue reading