Monthly Archives: September 2017

Thyine wood

When I’m reading the Bible I sometimes find a word or phrase that catches my attention and sticks with me. This week I was studying Revelation 18 and read: “things made of fragrant thyine wood” in verse 12 (NLT). I’m … Continue reading

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Another brick in the wall?

I have a confession. I probably listened to Pink Floyd a bit too much in my teenage years. My favorite album was Momentary Lapse of Reason (Dogs of War was my football anthem). However, you can’t appreciate Pink Floyd without … Continue reading

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LUI

You are probably familiar with the acronym DUI, which abbreviates the phrase “driving under the influence”. DUI laws date to 1910 when New York became the first state to regulate drinking and driving. Since that time, changes have included progressive … Continue reading

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Envy’s children

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An ox and his will

A goad is a stick with a pointed (or electrically charged) end used to drive cattle and oxen. By extension, it is a stimulus that pricks like the pointed stick in order to encourage, urge, or drive. I’m interested in the ox goad … Continue reading

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