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Blog archives for October, 2017


Archive for October, 2017

Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

PUTTING GOD TO THE TEST Tyler is the young man I’m mentoring who met the real Jesus a year and a half ago and is now drug free, has a good job, and has matured in his Christian faith. He’s the most passionate Christ follower of the inmates I have been blessed to be associated […]

Saturday, October 28th, 2017

A SIMPLE CHRISTIAN Argh! If I am a Christian, I must do this, this, and this; and I must not do that, that, and that. Rule upon rule. Restriction upon restriction. It’s enough to make your head spin and your emotions swirl. What if you could simplify it down to one guideline that would cover […]

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

GROWING OLDER As you grow older, if you are focusing on this world, your life is behind you. If you are focusing on heaven, your life is before you. The focus on heaven makes life exciting. The focus on this world makes life depressing. Follow @patday33

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

OFF TO DUBLIN I’m off tomorrow for ten days in the Irish city of Dublin. It’s a secular city, like most of the larger cities in Europe, and many in the United States, I might add. The people are friendly and generous to a fault, but they are wandering around without a lifeline to Jesus. […]

Friday, October 6th, 2017

THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY The Good: Kennis is one of the inmates I’m mentoring at the county jail. He’s a surrendered soul who’s waiting to get into Adult and Teen Challenge. I’m going to visit him today and am looking forward to it. Pray for him. The Bad: Another inmate I’m mentoring, […]

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

  X X is the Greek letter chi, which is the first letter of the word Christ.  Thus Xmas is shorthand for Christmas, taking only about one-sixth as long to write. If you do your cards by hand, it is possible to save as much as seventy-five or eighty minutes a year. It is tempting to say that what […]