Month: January 2018


Compassion: Middle English: via Old French from ecclesiastical Latin compassio(n-), from compati ‘suffer with.’ “And he said unto them: Behold, my bowels are filled with compassion towards you. Have ye any that are sick among you? Bring them… Read More


Neck collars and yokes. What will they think of next? Webster’s Dictionary defines “yoke” as: A wooden bar or frame by which two draft animals are joined at the heads or necks for working together. An arched device… Read More

Stiff necked

Ouch! I can’t tell you have many times Z has told me, “If people only knew what is attached to them.” In 2 Corinthians 10:4, it states “The weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh….” Well… Read More


One of the best ways to show someone what you mean is through a story or experience. Since we started this strange journey going on eighteen years now, the Lord Jesus Christ seems to have us experience what… Read More

What is a Right?

I appreciated all four of the readers responding to the question about what a right is.  I truly wish I could write as elegant as many of you do and was half as smart. Wow. You really do… Read More


Could I get this blogs three readers to email me back with the answer to this question, please? What is a right? And please, I don’t want to know what Webster, Google, or anyone else thinks or says. … Read More

“A little dab’ll do ya”

Ah, Brylcream, a little dab’ll do ya. Didn’t you just love the Fifties and Sixties? I remember my oldest brother with his “slicked back hair”, a la Fonz from Happy Days. All from a little dab. So it… Read More