Live Comfortable–Live Poor

Love costs. That is, real love in a biblical sense, costs. There is a parable in this picture. It looks harmless enough. A Filipino lady is hugging an older grey-haired lady. You don’t see their faces, but you do see the sentiment. They are attached in their task as they… Continue reading

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He Loves Me

I was reading about the meeting between Mary Magdalene and Jesus, after He was risen. Verse 16 of Chapter 20 in John is pretty short when Jesus simply says her name. That personal planned touch of God to make Himself known to one person at a real time and place… Continue reading

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Object of Love by Voice

The concept is utterly simple: sheep know the shepherd’s voice. But doesn’t it go further? The baby knows the mother’s voice. A father expressing himself to a son in a loving manner does something no other voice can do. The voice of love, however, is not automatic. It is learned… Continue reading

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Morning After Death

Life and death situations are what often bring things to focus with respect to what is important and lasting. In particular, the morning after a death of a friend comes with an awareness like no other day, because someone is missing that was not missing the day before. The circumstances… Continue reading

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