Monthly Archives: April 2018

Never alone again

I’m dating myself, but 17-year-old, high school senior Tony liked the Dokken song Alone again. Probably too much. I’d like to see you in the morning light I’d like to feel you when it comes tonight Now I’m here and … Continue reading

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I am I was

Luke 24 begins with history’s pivotal event. Stone rolled. Grave empty. Jesus alive. In the greatest plot, the one that defines our future, the one that was did not originate in a screenplay, the twist on Jesus’ death by crucifixion … Continue reading

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You are sent

Let’s take a walk through the ninth chapter of John to see how the Bible tells us more than events. It teaches us life. [Verse 1] As Jesus was walking, he saw a blind man. You are not forgotten no … Continue reading

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How to face great odds

Green Day’s “Good Riddance” lyrics begin: Another turning point, a fork stuck in the road Time grabs you by the wrist, directs you where to go I like the song, but disagree with the second line. I’ve stood at that … Continue reading

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Solomon and the Pixies

The Pixies recorded a song entitled “Ain’t that pretty at all“. It’s a cover of the Warren Zevon song by the same name. The first verse is: Well, I’ve seen all there is to see And I’ve heard all they … Continue reading

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