Jesus said in Matthew 7:15, beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolfs. You will know them by their fruits. The fruit is the works Christians do.
Columns & Editorials
We all love to fantasize about those “miracle questions” like what would you do if you won the lottery or got three wishes.
A few weeks ago, my friend Sammy Walker posted a track and field event that seems unbelievable.
Jesus taught His disciples to never judge others. He said that the judgment we pass on others is the judgment we will receive.
Repeat after me. “You kids are going to do what you DO, not what you SAY.” I don’t see why that’s so hard to understand.
Clay Mason is a man I never met. I only know him by heart. The only contact I have ever had with him has been on the phone but his inspirational story is one I just had to share.
Jesus taught His disciples, don’t worry about what they would eat, drink, or wear. He told them that if GOD could clothe the grass and flowers with such beauty, He could take care of them.
I was going to title this column Welcome to the Ice Age, but I know too many of my friends and family would stop reading right there.
I have an admission to make. I haven’t been to the Spellman Museum yet since it moved to its new location in Forney.
It has been said that GOD is building our mansions from the material we send up there to Him. (Ouch). I’m afraid my mansion will be pretty ragged.
Another school shooting (or two) and a huge march on the Capitol for stricter gun controls. My heart aches for the children who have to go to school each day worrying about gun violence.
Thirty years ago today Lori and I lived in the same house we live in now and my sweet young wife was literally glowing, pregnant with our first child.
Jesus taught about making OATHS to GOD and not keeping them. Jesus warned against doing that. When a person makes a promise to GOD, He will expect them to keep it.
Everyone who’s in business for himself knows that you can go from feast to famine in very short order. That’s why it’s important to save your money and never stop looking for more work.
John, (not his real name) was a grade ahead of me and lived about a mile away. His mom and dad were divorced but lived near one another. Both of them ran Jewelry stores.