So… it is fifty-three minutes after five o`clock, and the first day of Summer Camp is winding to a close. Only a handful of children remain and half of those are the relatives of staff members, including my own children. The last twelve hours have been one action-packed and fun-filled adventure after another. Now that … Continue reading "…not for a seat upon the Dais…"
The scene… today, at work. Luncheon hour, in the midst of a tedious day-long training seminar. I was in a rather deep conversation with “Joe” (a dear colleague of mine) about his ardent (but peace-loving) Muslim faith, and we were really making some interesting inroads into the foundational aspects of his theology. “Matthew?” the CEO`s … Continue reading "…he finds GOD there, far unlike his books."
Lazing about on a quiet Sunday afternoon.
I`ve not done a lot today, little more than puttering around the yard and answering correspondence, but I`ve enjoyed this brief interlude in the midst of harried weekdays. Walking around the house with a book. A whole lotta nothing going on.
A friend, whom complained in a letter to me of my halting and intermittent communications of late, inquired of me the following “What have you been…” survey.
Inasmuch as I am desirous to bring a quick end to my time at my desk this afternoon, I will eagerly oblige him.
So… GOD takes your child by the hand and pulls her from her deathbed. and HE says: “Feed her, she is ravenous.” You give her fruits with thick hides pomegranate, cantaloupe… food with weight, to keep her here. You hope that if she eats enough, the light and dust and Love which weave the matrix … Continue reading Jairus
Proceeding out into the front hall of the sanctuary to greet the Pastor, my custom always at the conclusion of each worship service, I extend my hand to thank him for the Word and message of the Lord`s day morn… also too, I wish him a happy and blessed Father`s day. “…and a very special … Continue reading Ματθαιοςειοπατηρτωντεσσαρων
“…is it not enough for you to feed on the good pasture, that you must tread down with your feet the rest of your pasture; and to drink of clear water, that you must muddy the rest of the water with your feet?” – Ezekiel 35:18 It was a beautiful day to be outside. The … Continue reading A Heritage of Stewardship
My knees feel like they`re swimming in a thick viscous fluid… and they ache. My ankles are throbbing and swollen. My toes are numb. I think, perhaps, that I just might have overexerted myself a bit. Ah, but `tis a good pain, a necessary pain. A pain that I have avoided for far too long. … Continue reading Full-Court Press