The powers-that-be have just dragged her from the bed of a man to whom she is not married. Perhaps all she is wearing is a bedsheet. Perhaps he is one of the powers-that-be. Nevertheless, there she stands, exposed, before her authorities. They do not care about her. They do not care about right or wrong.Continue reading “Wrapped in Nothing But a Bedsheet?”
Just read a darling story about a guy who was, like me, a writer, but, who, not like me, had one published book under his belt and another on the way. He wrote of his old publisher doing something really unethical on the new book, and of having to insist it be recalled while heContinue reading “How to Sweat the Big Stuff”
A dear friend and blogging sis, Kate Kresse, has had the same idea I did. Visiting last night via emails, we realized we were both planning the same post for today. Can’t be just coincidence. I mentioned a section of Scripture that encourages me in times such as ours, and she said she was postingContinue reading “It works, no matter what.”
Yes, dear home educator, if your in-laws are very slow to accept your decisions, you may have a tough convincing task to attempt. You can ruin a relationship with extremely important people if you ignore the feelings of family members. Never forget this: No matter how right you are, you are the ones who areContinue reading “How to Tell the In-Laws, part 2”
If we all come from slime and return to it, there is no point in having laws, no way to defining right and wrong.
Unless your child has begged for rescue from the collective system, he may not see what you see or care about what you care about (his welfare).
Every priest is appointed to offer both gifts and sacrifices, and so it was necessary for this one also to have something to offer. If he were on earth, he would not be a priest, for there are already men who offer the gifts prescribed by the law. They serve at a sanctuary that isContinue reading “Sunday Scriptures – Pattern”