Happy Belated Valentine’s Day

2 Grace and peace to you from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. 2 Thessalonians 2 (NIV) Last week I wanted to write about the February theme of love but obviously I was guided elsewhere so here it is. In the world of psychology most believe that behaviors are responses as a result from environmental stimulus. Examples would be a child touching a hot iron only to find much crying and searing pain from the … Read More

Weekly Dose of Humor

A cop pulls over his pastor when he notices him swerving… As the officer approaches the window he notices a bottle in a brown bag on the seat. Officer says, “brother, I pulled you over for swerving back there. You haven’t been drinking have you?” “No sir, why would you ask that?” “Well I noticed the bottle on the seat next to you.” “Oh, that’s just holy water.” “OK brother. So why is it in a … Read More

Old Testament Rocks

2 Grace and peace to you from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. 2 Thessalonians 2 (NIV) I was reading the book of Joshua and when I read this scripture and it was then that I realized I had to re-write this week’s blog but I need to preface this week’s scripture bomb first. There are so many places in the bible that God said *insert appropriate scripture* and then those things would happen…just ask … Read More

A Boy, a Dad, and a Plane

2 Grace and peace to you from God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. 2 Thessalonians 2 (NIV) Cergie found this on facebook and showed it to me. It contained so much wisdom that I had to pass it on. A boy asked his father “Dad what is the size of God?” Then the father looked up at the sky and saw a plane and asked his son “What is the size of that plane?” The … Read More

Weekly Dose of Humor

Walter took his wife Ethel to the state fair every year, and every time he would say to her, “Ethel, you know that I’d love to go for a ride in that helicopter.” But Ethel would always reply, “I know that Walter, but that helicopter ride is 50 dollars and 50 dollars is 50 dollars.” Finally, they went to the fair, and Walter said to Ethel, “Ethel, you know I’m 87 years old now. If I … Read More

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