He believes… Maybe because he wants to believe so strongly. And, he remembers. Indeed, he will never forget.
Here are five principals I learned from James’ epistle. 1. The testing of your faith produces patience. 2. Be swift to hear and slow to speak. 3. Show your faith by your works. 4. The tongue is a fire “See how great a forest a little fire kindles” 5. You can’t count on tomorrow; say, “if the Lord wills.”
One of life’s most pleasurable “little things” that I relish with youthful zeal is sharing new music with new ears, or old music with new ears. I should rephrase that first sentence. The music itself may or may not be “new,” but when it’s new to the listener that’s all that really matters, isn’t it? One artist that defies both… Read more »