Posts from August 2021

Posts from August 2021

Time to Persevere

  When she was young, Florence Chadwick wanted desperately to be a great speed swimmer. At the age of six she persuaded her parents to enter her in a 50-yard race. She came in last, so she practiced every day for the new year. Again, she entered and lost. When she was an 11-year-old, Florence won attention and praise for completing the San Diego Bay endurance swim — 6 miles in all. But she still wanted to be a speed…

INVENTORY TIME…

    Life brings us many things that we hate to do, but however tedious they may seem… we are still forced to accomplish them. How much we loathe the task does not change its necessity. We can procrastinate or prolong the inevitable, but the menial must be executed at one point or another. One of these assignments for people in the business world is taking inventory. Even though it is necessary from time to time to itemize or catalog…

Idol Talk

    One of the most prevalent teachings in the New Testament is the teaching against idolatry. Idolatry is condemned as a work of the flesh (Galatians 5:20), an activity that elicits the wrath of God (Colossians 3:5-6), an activity that will prevent one from inheriting the kingdom of God (1 Corinthians 6:9), and an activity that results in one being sent to “the lake that burns with fire and sulfur” (Revelation 21:8). As a result, we are expected to…