By Bob Kaku –
The dramatic ocean vista blended with the cerulean sky when we arrived in Malibu, a popular coastal town lined with inviting shops and trendy restaurants. My wife, Gail had decided on the spur of the moment to take her mom, Nana, out to dinner for her birthday on a bustling Labor Day week¬end. Four of us, including Gail’s dad, Mas, arrived in town late Saturday after¬noon.
By George Dalton –
Have you ever know beyond a shadow of doubt that God has just placed you in the right place at the exact right time. Marveled at how little control you had over it. Every Sunday my wife and I visit a nursing home near our home, we have seven or eight old ladies who are members of our church who are residents there. Our Church has assigned us the job of ministering to those ladies. It is a labor of love each Sunday we read scriptures, pray with them, and just visit. Most of these ladies are in their eighties and nineties, many are bed-fast. Oh what lovely ladies they are. I am always teasing them about their “new boy friends” and social life.
By Bob Kaku
During my bachelor days, I zipped around in a spiffy sports car that had a powerful engine, sleek lines, and cool-looking retractable, pop-up headlights. One day a head¬light bulb burned out, so I bought a replacement. I removed the old one and placed the new bulb inside the headlight housing. Before securing the bulb, I flipped the switch to test it. The headlight flipped down into the well, and I heard a clunk.
By Warren Mueller
What is life like once the Holy Spirit comes to indwell in each Christian believer? In previous articles titled “Do I Pass The Test” and “Am I A Christian” questions were posed that can be used to evaluate whether a genuine spiritual birth has occurred. Those who can affirm these questions have assurance that they are a new creation in Jesus, indwelt by the Holy Spirit and part of the kingdom of God. Now let’s explore some of the blessings that come with the presence of the Holy Spirit.
By Ed Crumley
Friends. Acquaintances. Just a semantical difference? No way! Acquaintances come and go. But friends stay, and stay, and stay for the long haul. Then . . . suddenly . . . they’re gone. But wait! They can’t go! It’s not time! It’s not fair! But isn’t that God’s decision?