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Always Thank God


At a recent local pastors’ prayer gathering (which I have been blessed to be a part of for over ten years), a fellow pastor challenged us all from Colossians 1:3-4 to be thankful for our flocks....

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Remembering Dad


Don Wilson McWhorter June 16, 1946 – Sept 13, 2017...

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Stop Laboring!


Labor Day in America! A Holiday where we celebrate the fruits of our labors . . . by not laboring. ...

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Year’s End


On page 204 of my copy of The Valley of Vision, this Puritan Prayer is recorded, titled “Year’s End.”...

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Without a doubt, Thanksgiving is my favorite American Holiday, followed closely by St. Patrick’s Day (mostly just because I am Irish and love corned beef and cabbage)....

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Shall We Never Forget?


The song by Alan Jackson, “Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?” says it well. It did feel like everything in the world was on pause, on that day twenty years ago. 9/11. ...

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When God Whispers


In a sermon now infamous among many of us Southern Baptists, the then President of the SBC, J.D. Greear, stated that “God whispers about sexual sin.” ... So, let’s take a sampling of God’s whispering:...

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Redemptive Relationships


The last year has taught us all so much about the value of relationships. Severed from one another for months, we were all forced to take stock. Examine what really matters. Consider those we love. Think long and hard about how we define a relationship. Of what is of most value in relationships. ...

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COVID-19 and Governor Cuomo


COVID-19 has done some serious damage to New York City. And it has done some serious damage in many other states and cities across the nation and world. Whatever our politics or religious beliefs, or lack thereof, we must all at least be willing to admit a sense of sadness at tens of thousands of deaths (unless you are pro-abortion, which would be the height of hypocrisy, ...

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Reflect and Refocus


Well, I slept through yet another New Year. Hit the sack about 11 p.m. TV off. Spent the last hours of 2019 reading the last few chapters of Revelation with my family. Answered questions as best I could regarding all the wild symbolism of that Blessed Book of the Bible. Reminded ourselves of the main thing - Jesus wins! He reigns forever and ever and those who have been s...

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