Conclusion of a Journey. Every journey has a beginning and an end. This being the third leg of a trilogy then is the end. With His comforting hand on my shoulder, we continued our walk. It seemed like the Father was steering me towards His... read more
We are Mirrors, we are Windows! The Journey. Part 2 I like to think that the Blog ( Knowing vs. Believing) reflects my behavior after I have experienced and understood Knowledge. In this Blog I act like an open window to air out knowledge. To... read more
Knowing vs. Believing. The Journey . Let me begin by trumpeting how blessed I am. About a year and a half ago I was hospitalized after being found unconscious. At the Hospital it was determined that my low blood pressure 8038 was due to a serious... read more
Adding a facet to winning at all costs. This little blog adds another facet to the little jewel from Joyce Bethy Ferguson ( Winning at all costs). I was inspired by her blog and does not take away from hers nor add to it. Ah, Truth and Honesty, the... read more
Crying vs. Wailing This little blog won39;t get you into heaven, nor will it keep you out of heaven. It is simply a story, how a boy seven years old perceived the difference of learning from lasting life experiences compared to sometimes fleeting... read more
Heaven and the Tree of Life. (part 3) Picking up from part (2) 147;The whole kingdom and the light thereof was God148; . This is what I saw and felt 42 years ago. It was a spiritual kingdom and a spiritual God. I saw nothing of matter, such as... read more
Heaven and the Tree of Life. (part2) Again I have to point out that this blog is not written to contradict rooted doctrine nor does it expound a new doctrine. I am only doing God39;s will, I am not dispensing wisdom, I am simply regifting what by... read more
Heaven and the Tree of Life. Ask any believer, 147;what is heaven like?148; , chances are they will try to stumble though some type of explanation. In the end they will confess, 148; I don39;t know148; and rightfully so. Unless you have been... read more
Who is a Christian? Seven years ago, my son then two years old, needed a hernia operation. As he lay in the recovery room, a couple of needles sticking in his little arms he slowly came around. Unable to watch her little boy suffer his mom had turned... read more
An inconvenient Truth. There is nothing more absolute in Heaven or Earth than love and truth. As children of God the spirit of love is easier to understand since it involves feelings and or emotions, be it holding your first born, or shedding tears... read more
Who will go to Heaven? After I returned to the world and the euphoria of my experience was ebbing, sadness set in. Like a soldier being the sole survivor of a platoon that just got ambushed. Why me?, is his lifelong question. 39;39;Why... read more
The problem with the apocalyptic view. There is so much good in the world, there are so many acts of kindness, there are so many miracles that Christians can testify to. Why then are so many obsessed to instill fear and doom instead of love and hope read more
An open apology Yesterday I posted a REPLY to an INVITATION to share my thoughts to a blog. I am an old man and I have to struggle to retrieve words, therefore the REPLY was not as prompt as it could have been. Today I found a comment in my mailbox in... read more
39;39; Jesus39;39; The name above all! The time was the summer of 1951 post war Germany. Life was beginning to return to normal or more tolerable, as perceived through the eyes of a ten year old boy, after all a Circus was coming to town. It... read more
The Velvet Hand of God One of my favorite parables in the New Testament is that of a widow who donated her last, all that she had into the treasury. Mk. 1244. I thought of this gesture often, wondering what she must have felt like, I could only... read more
Feeling, the greatest gift of all. If I walk in the flesh, feelings like hunger, thirst, the need to reproduce, are feelings necessary to maintain, and strengthen the flesh. But oh, we are the children of God and He is Spirit. The Spirit is Love. If I... read more
Born in Love not in Sin. As a Religion raised Christian I was taught that we are all born in sin. I reluctantly accepted the teaching, however it didn39;t seem fair that I should be responsible for somebody else39;s sin committed 5000 or so years... read more
The Faceless God. Over the last couple of months I mainly blogged about my relationship and walk with what we as Christians call God and Jesus refers to as the father. God is the highest title we can bestow on anything that demands reverence,... read more
Why God is not a woman. This Blog is written with an absence of malice or any thought or intent of being anti Christian It always amazes me how divided we are, how stiff necked we get in interpreting the Bible. Of course Religion plays a profound role... read more
The day I lost Faith. Unlike Love, like agape, eros, storage, phileo, for example. Faith is not broken down into separate categories. It is faith! Since it stirs the soul like love, it must be a gift from the Holy Spirit. Above all, it is emotion. It... read more
Not by Scripture, nor by Doctrine. If I want to glorify God or thank God it seems to me that it has to come from the heart and not the law of man or unbending scripture written 4500 years ago You will notice that throughout my blogs I use a lot of... read more
The Truth is always the winner. Once again we are celebrating Easter, the spiritual corner stone of Christianity. As I sat in Church last Sunday the Sermon focused on the crucifixion of our Lord. In my lifetime, I have sat through this subject sermon... read more
The Husbandman and the Plow. Many years ago I lived in the mountains of Colorado. Mining had come to a standstill because of the low price of gold. Tourism was of course seasonal, except for a little Spa in town which boasted a natural Hot Spring and... read more
From a young age I have always thought about Jesus. One of my thoughts was.If I had a choice of seeing Jesus, touching Jesus or hear Jesus talk, which would I prefer, I always wondered what he sounded like. This recurring thought later evolved into... read more
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74 years old. Married, and has a 10 year old son. I live in Costa Rica. The Lord is my Sheppard.
I have published 30 blogs and shared 156 comments.
I published my first blog on Friday the 28th of February 2014.
My most recent blog was published on Sunday the 18th of September 2016.