Tag Archive: death

Calculating incalculable losses

What’s wrong with this picture? Aside from a numbered loss being labeled “incalculable.” As simply a commentary on the personal toll the coronavirus pandemic has taken on many, this front page of the… Continue reading

Is a continuing lockdown morally right?

If it wasn’t so sad and pathetic it would be funny…these self-righteous men who won’t defend the lives of innocent unborn children talking about how “No one is expendable” and they won’t accept… Continue reading

Death is all about perspective

We need to be thinking about heaven. People are dying and families are grieving and government leaders are making life and death decisions. Do they know that this life is not all there… Continue reading

What about the unreached? Part 2

Before I continue I need to emphasize that I am expressing my own views on the doctrine of salvation and do not represent any particular denomination or church. I freely admit that I… Continue reading

12 Gifts of ChristX – Confident hope

Oh, the frenzy on the Ellen show this time of year. I’ll bet tickets for her 12 Days of Giveaways 2020 are already sold out. You snag one of those and not only… Continue reading

12 Gifts of ChristX – Freedom

Many who have not experienced it will balk at the idea that in Christ we have freedom. Like the Jews challenged by Jesus they would say, “We…have never been enslaved to anyone. How… Continue reading

Why hell will be hellish

Will there be love in hell? I tend to think not. If hell is eternal separation from God, and God is love, then it seems to follow that hell is a place without… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians #2

I haven’t even started on my tax return yet. Have you? Started your return, I mean…not mine. Silly. I’ll get it done, and get it done on time because I have to. Oh,… Continue reading

Thank God for salt

Heaven is looking better all the time. Do you know what I mean? The weirder this world gets and the more it is marked by lies, corruption, murder, selfishness and other sundry sins,… Continue reading

I see dead people

I grew up in a funeral home, where on any given day maybe 12 feet away from where my siblings and I were eating, watching TV, doing homework, or arguing about whose turn… Continue reading

Please, please, please look…and see

Warning: This post contains a photo of an aborted child. I laid awake in bed last night trying to figure out how to communicate the horror of crushing and tearing little babies to… Continue reading

Are you ready?

Are you ready? Are you ready for this new year just begun? Ready to actualize that new attitude…new resolve…new you? Maybe you’re like, I am so ready…bring it on…this is the year. But… Continue reading

We must believe the bad to experience the good

  “I’ve got good news and bad news.” Oh, the fearful, suspended anticipation such an announcement tends to create in us. Will the good outweigh the bad, or will the bad totally ruin… Continue reading

The hope of happiness

In the debate over same-sex marriage and homosexuality, just as in other issues about which people disagree, the answer to one question will mostly determine which side one will support:Or perhaps more specifically,… Continue reading

Fear not? It all depends.

What’s going on when people who needn’t fear death…do, and those who should fear it…don’t? A godly woman whose cancer has returned with a vengeance grips the rails of her hospital bed as… Continue reading