Monthly Archives: May 2011

No Matter What – Don’t Be A Bluebird

The morning proceeded to beat up on me. My shower caddy decided to send my shelves of shampoos and soaps crashing down on me. My lunch was nuked too long and by the time I got to work I was already dangling from my last nerve.

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Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence ? Enough already.

The U.S. (and much of the world) has been infatuated with finding extra-terrestrial intelligence (or “aliens” per se) for well over 40 years.  Back in the early 70’s, the U.S., via NASA and other agencies, put a lot of moeny … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a day we remember those who have fought for our freedoms and paid the ultimate sacrifice.  My view of this day has drastically changed over the years. It is sad to confess but I use to take … Continue reading

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It’s a Clear Choice

 Almost everyone who has heard the word of God preached has heard John chapter 3 verse 16.  It’s one of the most preached about verses in the bible. (John 3:16 KJV)  For God so loved the world, that he … Continue reading

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Today I Missed The Rapture

Today was supposed to be the rapture, according to some.  It never ceases to amaze me that people like Harold Camping can make predictions like this.  Haven’t we had enough failures of the rapture to occur for people to realize … Continue reading

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When God Overloads Us

 Have you ever known someone who seemed perfect?  No matter what they did they seem to always get the job done.  They’re always right, even when you think they aren’t.  I don’t mean they think they’re right.  I mean they … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day

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Seeing My Town Through God’s Eyes

              The clergy and lay leadership of the eight churches of our denomination planned a Community Day of Outreach for our city. This was something I believed would be a positive thing to do and a good use of … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Past

  The Craig Reunion The ties that bind us come from all different sources. One of the most important is family heritage. I know that because mine is rich in history and tradition. I have a greater appreciation for the … Continue reading

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The Rapture to take place on May 21st ??!

I’m sure that many have read or heard or seen at some point over the past couple of months that there is a school of thought (??) out there that is pretty widely publicized which claims that the biblical Rapture … Continue reading

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A Good Read on The Beatitudes

I came across a book recently which I thought I should pass along to those who read Believers Bay.  It is called “The Sacred Journey”, by Pastor Chris Surber of the First Congregational Church in Peru, Illinois. Clearly the Beatitudes, or … Continue reading

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A Question for Jesus

  In my walk with the Lord I have had times where something concerned me to the point that I would say to myself or to others, “I’ll ask Jesus when I see Him.” One I would like to ask … Continue reading

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Are You Listening

Are you listening?   Psalms 95: 7-8 Today, if you would hear His voice, 8 Do not harden your hearts   I wonder how many times the God of heaven has spoken to me and I didn’t listen? Let me … Continue reading

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