Psalm 1 (KJV) is a great Psalm to read at the beginning of a new year. Pay particular attention to verses one through three where the writer gives us a wonderfully painted word picture of what we can expect by turning our year over to God. When we walk in ...Read More »
Prepare the Soil of Your Heart
“Listen! A farmer went out to plant some seeds. As he scattered them across his field, some seeds fell on a footpath, and the birds came and ate them. Other seeds fell on shallow soil with underlying rock. The seeds sprouted quickly because the soil was shallow. But the plants ...Read More »
Do You Bear Much Fruit?
Having grown up on a farm in the heart of Indiana, I know the importance of a fruitful yield from seeds planted. It relates directly to the farmer’s future livelihood. Whether it is an expansive field of corn, wheat, oats, or a backyard garden of green beans and tomatoes, or ...Read More »
The Enemy, My Friend
It was 1943. A young, twenty-something and inexperienced American fighter pilot and his equally inexperienced crew, lifted off for their first wartime mission – to destroy a German aircraft factory. The American B-17 bomber, lovingly dubbed “Ye Old Pub”, had four engines, eleven machine guns, and heavy amour plating. Although ...Read More »