Today I read something that made me remember an old book that I studied in literature and then watched a very old movie made based on it, “The Portrait of … Continue reading The Portrait of…
There are three types of love, and I know that I have expounded on them at some time or other in a Blog, they are Eros, Filial and Agape. Eros … Continue reading The choice is yours!
A few years ago now I was in the kitchen cooking, preparing supper for 10 people when I heard an exclamation from my grandson saying, “Oh NO, I spilled my tea!” … Continue reading “I’m Sorry”
I was talking with someone who was recounting something terrible to me, saying this was exactly what his wife had feared would happen! I found myself doing something I’m embarrassed … Continue reading on Quoting the Bible
If I used the word “transparency” what would you think? Would you think I was speaking of something you could see through? Would you think of a picture (as on film) … Continue reading Transparency, can you handle it?
Has anyone ever used that line on you, or have you ever said it to someone else? It is referred to as a “Pseudo-Compassionate” break up line. Pseudo is a … Continue reading It’s not you It’s me!
Forgiveness and faithfulness are two words that have gotten lost in the world of unfaithful friends and lovers. There are those of us who are willing to give our love … Continue reading Faithful? What is that?
There are different ways to talk about “glory” this is one of them. We all had our “glory days” back in our youth, we were beautiful, or “ripped”, strong and … Continue reading Bring Back the Glory!
There is a saying, “truth is stranger than fiction”. If you think of that from a Bible toting Christian’s point of view, you can say “Amen to that!” If a … Continue reading Truth is stranger than…
I turned on The Lettermen to hear “When I Fall In Love” and as I listened to the strains of the music and the words with closed eyes I found … Continue reading Thoughts on love…
We live in a time when a word spoken out of turn can get you shot and killed, it happened in the parking lot of a store that is close … Continue reading Watch Your Mouth!
I was teaching the Sunday School class of children, ages 8-10, and at the end of the lesson I said, “Let’s run over the lesson….” that was as far as … Continue reading Standing on the Promises