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Let’s Go Fishing

Have you ever wondered why fishing is mentioned so often in the four gospel accounts of the New Testament? Could it be that the activity of fishing is one that most people can relate to in one way or another? Even if you’ve never fished in your life, you have a general idea of what fishing is all about. A person uses certain tools like hooks, lines, bait, or nets to go into the water and catch fish. There’s a…

One Person Can Make a Big Difference

WHAT WAS TAUGHT MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS AGO My dad is eighty-five years old now. Every time I get to see him, he seems more tired, his walk is slower, and he forgets things more often. One of the things that he has very clear and that he will never forget is when he was converted. I do not think he will ever forget that no matter his age. When he talks about his conversion, he will share how God…

Dead Flies

Ecclesiastes was my father’s favorite book of the of the Old Testament, and his favorite verse in Ecclesiastes was 10:1. At least, I think it was his favorite verse. It certainly was the one that he quoted most to my teenage self. To this day, I have no trouble summoning up, “Dead flies make a perfumer’s oil stink, so a little foolishness is weightier than wisdom and honor,” from memory. Now that I have a ten-year-old son, I also have…

Consider the Bear: A Lesson from Nature

Often the Bible presents lessons from nature. “Go to the ant, o sluggard, observe her ways and be wise” (Prov. 6:6). For this lesson, let us consider the bear. During the winter they will spend four to eight months in hibernation, depending on the severity of the winter. During the months they are awake, they are consuming up to ninety pounds of food a day in preparation for hibernation. During hibernation, their heartbeat slows from fifty beats per minute down…