Can we be in two places at once?

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Must we confess our sins to be forgiven?

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Where will you go when you die?

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God Bless Atheists This Christmas

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Come on. Get Up!

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Eternity. What a concept!

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What if atheists and non-believes are right?

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Why did you accept Christ as your Savior?

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Dear Mom, I missed you yesterday

Mom,

Yesterday in church Pastor Gearl recognized all the moms in the audience. His message was about how important a good mom is to her family and to others. I wish you could have been there with me.

I can’t believe it’s been 11 years since Jesus called you home.  I sure do miss you. I can’t count the times I’ve wanted to pick up the phone and call you. I loved to call you and share some way God blessed me, or tell you about something exciting or fun I did that day. 

My conversations over the years with you and Dad created some of my most precious memories. Though we spent most of our lives living a thousand miles apart, I loved being able to pick up the phone and connect with you just to chat.

You gave me something few of my friends here share. For almost 60 years you gave me consistency. You stayed married to each other, despite some extremely difficult times. No matter where I was, or what I was doing, or not doing, I could always pick up the phone and dial 712-246-2655. You were always there. I often brag about my hometown and my wonderful growing up years in my loving family to my friends. Most of them marvel at the wonderful childhood I enjoyed in our small Iowa hometown. Many of my friends have never known the consistence and security you and Dad gave me.

I know we didn’t have a perfect life, either. I know I gave you more than my share of grief and heartaches. For all those, I am genuinely sorry.

I have to confess, Mom: the day you died, I was absolutely jubilant. Not because you died, but because I knew where you were. Your suffering from the cancer that took you from us was over. Not only was I jubilant because I knew where you were. I was jubilant because I knew that someday we would be reunited and basking in the love of Jesus in God’s Kingdom forever. We’ll never be apart again. We’ll never know pain or suffering or sorrow or dismay or any other health problems. And you’d never have to fuss at me again to pick up my clothes.

What a glorious day that will be!

Until then, Mom, please know that I love you and miss you still. I am grateful for everything you were to me, everything you gave me, everything you taught me, and everything you did for me.

I will always love you,

Your loving son, Steve

Target stores pander to LGBTs; and the bride’s wearing soiled undies.

CAUTION: Today’s post contains a frank, candid discussion of the state of the bride of Christ. To err on the side of caution, I recommend it for adult readers only.

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Spiritual Gravity

Gravity. It’s the law. It is the force exerted by large objects that draws smaller objects toward it. Earth’s weight and mass draw Continue reading

Good people don’t go to heaven

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In My Father’s House

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Dot and Doyle’s Miracle: A 73-Year Love Story

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The Truth About Suicide

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The Good-O-Meter — How Good Is Good Enough To Get To Heaven

Good People Don’t Go To Heaven

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Aliens Or Natives?

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When God Said No

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Who Are The “Many”?

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It’s All Just Practice, Folks

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Another Democrats-In-Heaven-Post Comment

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You’re Not From Around Here Are Ya.

Here in the Deep South, when we meet a Yankee for the first time, as soon as they talk, we say, “You’re not from around here are ya.”  It’s not a question. It’s a statement of fact. We spot aliens the minute they speak. It’s a cultural thing.

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One Reader’s Thougthful Comments

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God’s Acceptance Scale

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Help! I Need A Phone Booth. NOW!”

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Jesus Used Similes To Describe Heaven

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I Will Rise

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Illustration For Planting A Seed With Non-Believers

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All Roads Lead To Heaven

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The Right Road

Are you traveling the right road? Are you headed in the right direction in life? How do you know whether you are or not? It may very well be a matter of your perspective. Continue reading