One huge negative compels me to write today. I am sorry because there are positives as well. That one negative … Continue reading Conform?
So, as I was talking about in my previous post, I have been taking notes on the gospel of Mark. From what I gather, if I remember right, the gospel of Mark is about personal identity. Namely, the identity of Jesus.Continue reading “Identity”
A.I. (2001) speculates on artificial intelligence in the future and asks, does the creator need the creature to love him back?
The poem I published this week, Widow’s Mite, may seem harsh on the rich, it seems to have an attitude. … Continue reading Background to today’s poem
There’s nothing like a good paragraph to start an article, but what if your own paragraph (this one I’m writing … Continue reading First paragraphs as they say matter
It’s great to read an old article of mine. What somebody said in it are quite simply words of wisdom … Continue reading Moments that matter
I have put on a song called “Endless” that was released in 1994 and is sung by a Christian musician named Eric Champion. The song is about God’s endless love. It got me thinking about the godhead.
As I listened, I may not know a lot about God’s love, but I got to thinking about the godhead, that I believe God is three persons in one, and are bound together by love. But I have a question.
The servant does not deserve thanks for obeying orders, does he? “It is the same with you [Jesus’ disciples]: when … Continue reading Thank God for Jesus’ disciples
I have seven devotional ideas to write into devotions, with probably more inspired by my readings each day. I don’t … Continue reading Grist to the mill
I find it interesting that a verse on giving is juxtaposed with a verse on not judging others. I don’t … Continue reading These two verses make better sense with an explanation
Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act. 28 … Continue reading Good proverbs for living