Tag Archives: eschatology

I Blinked Once . . .

Yesterday was one of those days that reminded me about things that are really important in life and how fast it all gets by you.  Here are just a few examples, all occurring in 12 hours on Saturday, 15 FEB … Continue reading

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Thinking … Too Much

I just heard that there are only 365 shopping days until Christmas (2020 is a leap year). Swell. Christmas seemed different this year. It was a great day, but it was different. We weren’t running around from place to place … Continue reading

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Looking Behind Us To See The Future

While culling down the over 5,000 images in my iPhoto,  I came across this image that was posted a few years ago on the old blog. If one takes the time to ponder its significance, it is easy to appreciate … Continue reading

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On Eschatological Urgency

Yesterday, blogging buddy David Kanigan posted Dad’s Favorite Song (29sec) It reminded me of conversations I have had with my parents, wife and our daughters.  Isn’t it interesting that sometimes we remember events with clarity, while others who were there have … Continue reading

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