SO YOUR MEMORY IS SLIPPING

The memory “game” is most interesting… especially when your children and grandchildren say: “Pop! You are getting old; which is the truth! However, the cobwebs of aging that flirts the brain makes me go searching for what I should have remembered. Of one thing I am certain. When in college a few years back, someoneContinue reading “SO YOUR MEMORY IS SLIPPING”

CONSIDER THE COST

Something in me kept saying, “It is an outside source that we cannot see.” I watched closely, hoping to spot the cause of this action that produced such pandemonium. Fleetingly I spotted a hawk in the distance and announced that I had spotted the problem, but the hawk had already distanced itself from us. TheContinue reading “CONSIDER THE COST”

QUARRIED

In returning to Bermuda recently, I stood in the pouring rain for the funeral of a dear friend since childhood days. The pall bearers, because of the manner in which the graves are dug and covered with slate, found themselves standing on top of other graves. I was filled with emotion, thinking to myself howContinue reading “QUARRIED”

DEATH

“Jesus answered and said to him, ‘Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.’” John 3:3 That word brings back all types of memories for a preacher, from the first funeral of the youngest person, or the suicides, or the teenagers, or that of your closest friends… evenContinue reading “DEATH”