Time to Get a Move On

Time to Get a Move On

If you believe in the protocol of political correctness, do not read on—I say ugly things. And if you find an overload of metaphors hitting you square in the face to be an unpleasant experience, do not read on—there are gobs of them. And if you ignore both warnings...
Life’s Roads

Life’s Roads

Introspective times, these quarantine days. Earlier, I was walking along the shore of Tampa Bay and one of its seagulls flew up to me and said, “call Ma, call Ma.” Though, on second thought, perhaps it was saying, “caw-maw, caw-maw.” Whichever, he got me thinking. But...
Waiting Usefully For God

Waiting Usefully For God

I would like to not finish this commentary for the good reason that the Lord has returned to take me back to Heaven. We shall see.  For now, I mostly live on the restless side of anticipation for His appearance; and on my tougher days, I all but demand it. I...
Perfect Timing Every time

Perfect Timing Every time

“Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails” (Prov 19:21). A rude driver cut me off and it cost me the green light. Fuming mad was I. Five hours later I spotted a neighbor whom I knew only casually. He was about to...
With Hope Through Storms

With Hope Through Storms

“Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate” (Mark 10:9); “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds” (Psalm (147:3). When I was twenty-one I found the girl of my dreams—the one I wanted to be married to for the rest of my life. When I was...