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I have been involved in a lot of church work my whole life, but I consider Yeshua to be everything and the hidden life in Him. I was part of the Jesus movement revival of the early 1970's and I have a heart for Israel.

  • The Sovereignty of God

    “It would be foolish for us to expect that this work will meet with general approval.  The trend of modern theology – if theology it can be called – is ever toward the Deification of the creature rather than the… Read More ›

  • Fatherhood

    In the 1950’s there was a TV show entitled, “Father Knows Best”.  It was about a family who’s children encountered various trials in their path toward adulthood and how this father was able to guide, advise, nurture, and/or assist his… Read More ›

  • Fatherhood Interview

    The following is an interview of the editor on the subject of fatherhood.:          Question: This is a topic contrary to political correctness, some might say that it is irrelevant in today’s society which champions all things… Read More ›

  • Mind Your Own Business

    I was an adolescent when I was listening to my Mother and Father commending a practice seen in our friend and pastor. They agreed that he never spoke about a third party and this way avoided gossip, inappropriate disclosure, and… Read More ›

  • Disappointment

    This is the most crushing weight of emotion, to be let down, frustrated from things that seem vital.  It could be an appointment or a promise or an event associated with much preparation or anticipation.  There is quite a lot… Read More ›

  • Branding

    This is a hot topic in the business world where companies spend millions developing or buying a brand.  Brand loyalty waxes and wains like the moon, but there still is a significant number of people who trust brands such that… Read More ›

  • The Story you Can’t Put Down

    It starts with a hook that catches your attention and plants some interest.  It’s a fast story that starts without any but the necessary elements, and the background is added along the way, unfolding like the scenery from a train… Read More ›

  • The Beauty of the Lord

    Songs are sung about the beauty of those we love.  It is natural and appropriate, but it is mysterious and not connected with the qualities of one’s appearance, such as the symmetry of their features, the coloring or quality of… Read More ›

  • Labor in the Lord

    My daughter-in-laws father, who is now retired, was sharing about his work and the confrontations that were regularly a part of it.  He recalled a meeting with government officials on behalf of his client where the statutes governing property use,… Read More ›

  • Respect

    I ran across a few articles on how women can unintentionally disrespect their husbands.  It’s important to everyone, butmen interpret respect as love, which has broader implications.  The first article was very clearly based on scripture, the second made no… Read More ›

  • Federalism

    The following is an interview with the Editor on the subject of Federalism: Question – I don’t think it is taught or generally known that our “Federal” government refers to a unity or federation of independent sovereign states.  The tenth… Read More ›

  • Asian Blight

    In 1986 Varroa mites were introduced into the American bee population.  These mites have destructive results in bee hives.  The American population of bees has declined as much as fifty percent and continue to experience stress and decline from these… Read More ›

  • Names Have Meaning

    In Heaven you get a new name and it is written on you.  Apparently some in heaven get a name tag to wear on their person.  Yeshua/Holy Spirit tells the Angel of the church in Philadelphia to write, “The one… Read More ›

  • Victory vs Winning

    I was in the grocery store, a small place in the inner city.  I noticed an old white man, well dressed and creeping along with the help of a walker.  I was in one of two very long lines that… Read More ›

  • Racism Eliminated

    It seems there is more talk today regarding ethnic division than ever, principally between Blacks and other ethnicities. Considering that slavery was abolished in 1865, Affirmative Action was started by an executive order in 1961, the civil rights act was… Read More ›

  • Prophecy of What is Coming

    Secular thinkers laugh at and mock Biblical prophecy.  Yet, they make predictions and prognostications more than any. They only trust their scientists and see their knowledge and abilities as unlimited.  For more than forty years they have predicted global warming,… Read More ›

  • History of Distortion

    We may be seeing a renewal of warped ideas promoting insanity.  I don’t see any historical gender confusion as we have today.  Yes, Sodom was filled with perversion, but the forceful violence associated with it then is different than today’s… Read More ›

  • Holy Spirit Leading

    There is a Spiritual renewal in our day.  Beginning around the turn of this last century and most recently in the 1970’s there has been an awakening to the Holy Spirit’s leadership, presence, and power.  In Israel and America Messianic… Read More ›

  • Reward of the Harvest

    Gardening and its various derivitves are still popular.  Beekeeping is on the rise, even in urban settings.  Our city recently permitted chickens to be raised within the city limits, but no roosters.  Many people landscape their yards with flowering plants…. Read More ›

  • Reading the Bible

    However, whenever, with whatever approach, or state of mind at that time, this is the way to read the Bible.  I have shared that I often just open the Bible (in book format) and start reading.  I might read the… Read More ›

  • A Better Person

    The Steinway & Son’s piano company makes a grand piano, model 1037, that is preeminent in the industry.  Construction begins with the outer side wall which consists of very long wide boards laminated and shaped in the classic grand piano… Read More ›

  • A Faithless Struggle

    My daughter asked if I could make her a chicken coup.  “Of course”, I said, so I got on the internet and found several basic plans.  I decided to make a nice one, but before I started her husband reminded… Read More ›

  • A Matter of Faith

    This 2014 movie is about evolution versus creationism, a topic which few in the secular mainstream would find interesting, but Christians might.  As a “Christian” film it does not have the flash, pomp, and professionalism that fifty million dollars can… Read More ›

  • God is Good

    Optical illusions can be illustrated in art.  There are several drawings that have multiple perceptions, one is a old woman or a young lady depicted in one image depending on how your brain interprets the information captured by the eye…. Read More ›

  • The Death Sentence

    There are two people in the Bible who did not die.  Do you know their names?  Enoch and Elijah, both were taken by God. Enoch was simply taken, “When Enoch had lived 65 years, he became the father of Methuselah…. Read More ›