This is a true story copied directly from a recent email by ChinaAid. I have changed the names to Americanize it and embellished the story with the mention of Facebook instead of Wechat. I figure we might as well get used to hearing what our future sounds like.
Category Archives: Spiritual
Critical Grace Theory
Grace is critical to the proper functioning of society. Without it, a diverse society will end up destroying itself.
First full-capacity concert in NYC gives nod to father of lies
So to sum it up, the first fully-vaccinated concert was played by “the only one who’s able to represent satan himself.”
Real Preppers Love Jesus
“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
Sometimes we try too hard
We need to stop, rest, get down low, humble ourselves, look around and then fly out the door. Jesus is the door (John 10:7). This winter, I got creative and built myself a makeshift greenhouse out of the shell of a carport that we’re no longer using. I just covered it with a $25 sheetContinue reading “Sometimes we try too hard”
The Lord who crushes wars is our assassin’s mace
Behold now, the Assyrians are increased in their might; they are exalted, with their horses and riders; they glory in the strength of their foot soldiers; they trust in shield and spear, in bow and sling, and know not that thou art the Lord who crushes wars;
Dear social justice warriors
Are you looking for a group to join that actually believes in the sentence “black lives matter” so much so that there is NO distinction between races? Want to join a family where there is no distinction between classes and no differences between the sexes? Welcome to Christ’s kingdom! If you’re starting to see thatContinue reading “Dear social justice warriors”
Spiritual growth from homelessness
I drove past a homeless encampment yesterday and it reminded me of the shanty towns we used to have in America. Especially in the 1930s, there were many thousands who lived in cardboard villages on the outskirts of big cities. I got to thinking about our collective human history and how homelessness has always beenContinue reading “Spiritual growth from homelessness”
Build your nest where you’re supposed to
I was working on an old house trying to get it ready to sell. On my long to-do list was the removal of a lot of junk sitting in the backyard. That junk included three old doors with lots of small glass panels. As I was moving things around, I noticed a wasp busily buildingContinue reading “Build your nest where you’re supposed to”
What does NPR know about the Catholic church’s views on gay marriage?
Frangdulity n. A combination of frustration, anger and incredulity that occurs when you hear total malarkey from media, whether social media, legacy media or any other.