Tag Archives: Judgment Day

Case dismissed

Three months ago, I spent the morning in a courtroom with my 19-year-old son, Chandler. Although he was of the age that the court now treats him as an adult, I went along for moral support. About a year ago, … Continue reading

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Making God happy

I still remember when Chandler was much younger and we witnessed a rainbow, and he blurted out, “I think that means to me God’s happy.” This comment, out of nowhere, was a total delight. Not to mention that he was … Continue reading

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Separating the sheep from the goats

Last week we talked about loving everyone and letting God do the sorting. That whole idea of sorting people is a difficult one. Sheep and goats, heaven and hell, and God creating vessels of honor and vessels of dishonor are … Continue reading

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