In the last post, we saw that if we would like good stuff to come out of our mouths, we’d better guard our hearts because that’s what determines what gets into our hearts and eventually out of our mouths. But how easy is it guarding our heart? What about stuff that has already got into our heart? Can we undo the bad that we got into our heart, in the first place? Continue reading “Springs of Living Water – Our Heart And Mind”
How would this fit for an ‘About Me’ page?
There was no beauty in you
Your friends were few
One of them betrayed you
Rejected by many who were related
Scorned by the educated
Yet you loved those who were hated Continue reading “So Good”
For all the music buffs, this is a post that tells a story using song titles alone. Continue reading “Story From Song Titles Alone”
Death is not the end of existence as some perceive it to be. Whether you are in Christ or not you will never cease to exist. Your existence is for eternity. Death is merely a separation. Physical death is the separation of the body from the spirit (and soul). The spirit (and soul) will continue to exist for all eternity. Continue reading “O Death! Where is your sting?”
Take a look at this picture. Click on it to enlarge. What do you see?
Continue reading “The Stereogram Effect”
Several years ago, I was once hanging out with a good friend and it being a hot summer, we decided to have some ice-cream. I quickly suggested a well-known ice-cream store chain that was nearby, but my friend wasn’t interested. He said he had such a bad experience from that store that he’d never buy ice-cream from any of their outlets again. We settled for a different ice-cream store and he began to relate his nasty experience with the previous ice-cream outlet as we licked away our cold mounds of delight. I said to my friend “What you said is right, they shouldn’t have treated you that way and it makes perfect sense to be upset with them, but my question to you is ‘Do you think that the ice-cream company believes that such behavior is OK, or could it be that the staff was ignorant or untrained and made a mistake?’”. “Well”, he said, “It doesn’t matter to me because it was unfair to me and I have every right to not go there again”. Continue reading “A Good Representative”