Who needs a miracle?
Yesterday that question was posed at my church and 70% of the congregation raised their hand. My wife and I were part of that number. So, who doesn’t require a miracle? I mean if when asked, 70% of approximately 300 answers in the affirmative, that tells me that you, the reader, have a 7 in 10 chance of wanting, if not needing a miracle. Continue reading “How To Find My Miracle…”
It’s a beautiful day in Jerusalem. We came down for the festival. People are celebrating in the streets, in the Inns and outside the Temple. But I am with Jesus.
At Bethesda, Jesus has forgone the celebrating and walks among the sick. It’s a horrific sight. The beggars and the lame, the blind and the gaunt, are all here by the pool, looking for healing. Continue reading “Do You Want To Get Well?”
A fight is usually the result of opposing forces trying to enforce their respective will. In the United States, we seem to be having a lot of that lately.
We are anything but united.
Our government has become a forum of disagreement rather than progress, where hate is replacing debate, vitriol replacing decorum, and idiology replacing patriotism. Continue reading “United States?”
In 1969, Frank Sinatra recorded the big hit My Way. It climbed the charts in America and sat at number one in the U.K. for 75 weeks. It was recorded by other big artists including Elvis Presley. It is a song of reflection, of how a life was lived.
When I look back at most of my life, my successes and failures, this song could be my anthem. A memorial to who I was. No matter what I see, I can testify, it was my way. Continue reading “My Way?”