Yearly Archives: 2018


Open My Eyes 1

Like millions of other readers, I like spending time in Spurgeon’s sermons. The abilities this Prince of Preachers displayed is a tribute to God’s incredible heart for His people. God gave gifts to His Bride and the insights offered through Spurgeon are a jewel. The New Fashion was a message I enjoyed this week. Spurgeon […]


Lay It Down

“Lay down your pride and your need to be right, let love for others be the war that you fight.” I woke up today singing this great song lyric written by a young lady named Grace Spencer. (http://spencerfamilymusic.com/) Lay it down implies a choice. Whether in a discussion of politics, religion, sports, or nearly any […]


Choosing to be Different in the Workplace

This article was first published on https://www.biblicalleadership.com/blogs/choosing-to-be-different-in-the-workplace/ In my early life, God allowed me to work in corporate America. As a young man, I was responsible for 32 tax offices for the biggest national firm in the country. These offices were both corporate and franchise. I was also 20 years younger than most of my […]


Throwing Rocks 1

I have a commentary on Isaiah that is basically useless except for an occasional quote such as this one: When someone has been wronged, it is easy for the awareness of that injustice to possess the whole being.  John Goldingay While Mr. Goldingay and I disagree on many issues regarding the prophet Isaiah’s writings, we […]