Devotionals

BOOK REVIEW: Rebuilding Civilization on the Bible

I found this book to be a must read for all serious Christians. This book is definitely a source of inspiration and a great personal piece of study material. This book is easy to read and understand and at the same time I feel it would be an asset to church leaders it is certainly solid material for teaching and preaching and setting people on the right track to understanding the real truth of the 24 controversial issues of contained and taught in the Bible. Should be a part of every Christian's personal library.

BOOK REVIEW: Rebuilding Civilization on the Bible

I found this book to be a must read for all serious Christians. This book is definitely a source of inspiration and a great personal piece of study material. This book is easy to read and understand and at the same time I feel it would be an asset to church leaders it is certainly solid material for teaching and preaching and setting people on the right track to understanding the real truth of the 24 controversial issues of contained and taught in the Bible. Should be a part of every Christian's personal library.

BOOK REVIEW: The First Christmas

The First Christmas written by Janice D.Green is a splendid Christmas story for boys and girls. The illustrations by Violet Vandor are clear and the different color pages adds to the beauty of this book. It size is great for reading with one child or sharing with a larger group in a reading circle. Each page asks questions to the children that challenges their thinking and draws the children in with questions that they can relate to. The story is very accurate to the scriptures. The size of the book is great for a child to read and or just look at the pictures.

U-Turn

Life runs along mostly predictably for many of us. Yes, we have things tucked into the far corners of our minds about health and retirement and so on. But when a family has a medical crisis, these thoughts instantly find their way back into everyday thinking, as life changes immediately to meet this need.

For two weeks in August, this was our world: juggling hospital visits and hospital meetings, making decisions about prospective new living arrangements for my father-in-law, taking care of a pet, and, oh yes, fitting family and work into the day.

Pylons

Proverbs 15:24 – The path of life leads upward for the wise to keep him from going down to the grave. (NIV)

As the fall draws along, road construction is also in high gear to get roads completed before the winter season. For the past few weeks, on the road that I travel twice a day when I'm working, the paving company has been busy putting down layers of asphalt. What was once a two-lane road is being transformed into five lanes. Pylons, flag people, and large pieces of equipment are in abundance.

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