Archive for July, 2009

Wonders from the Word – The Cost of Lost (1 Kings 3)

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

Wonders from the Word – The Cost of Lost (1 Kings 3)   When thinking of Solomon’s wisdom we might recall the shocking judgment handed down, “Get me a sword.  Divide the living child in two, and give half to the one and half to the other.” (1 Kings 3:24-25).  If any are unfamiliar with […]

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On Purpose! What’s Gucci?

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

What’s Gucci?  Oh snap, I am so fly I am off the heezy!  Yes you read that right.  All the words are familiar, except “heezy,” but none mean what you think.    I did not ask about a clothing brand.  Nor did I say anything about making a snapping noise with my fingers or flying […]

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On Purpose! What’s Gucci?

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

What’s Gucci?  Oh snap, I am so fly I am off the heezy!  Yes you read that right.  All the words are familiar, except “heezy,” but none mean what you think.    I did not ask about a clothing brand.  Nor did I say anything about making a snapping noise with my fingers or flying […]

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On Purpose! Concentrental Drift

Sunday, July 12th, 2009

    Have you ever let your mind…now what was I thinking?  Oh yea, have you ever let your mind…is that a mosquito on the wall?  Now what were we talking about?  Oh yea, our minds drifting off.     Concentration is easier for some than for others.  If we have ADD or ADHD, our minds tend […]

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On Purpose! Read Your Bible

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

Have you not read; have you not read; have you not read; have you never read; did you never read; have you not read; have you never read; have you not even read; have you not read!  With a crescendo, I repeated the above, because Jesus Himself often asked that question.  I can imagine the […]

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Wonders from the Word – Growing Up (1 Corinthians 14:20)

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

Growing up, I believed a lot of things I have since discovered were not as factual as I once thought.  Growing up I believed: Swallowing gum would stay in your stomach 7 years. Scratching a scab repeatedly would turn it cancerous. Parsley put on plates at restaurants was poisonous. My great grandmother was mute because […]

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