“UNLIMITED CEILING”

Frank Lloyd Wright, speaking of the big gray Metropolitan Museum said, “Public rooms should be only about twelve feet high, so people will not feel insignificant.” This seems to be the trend of our times.  Everything must be keyed and toned down to man’s understanding, lest he get an ‘inferiority complex’.  Books must be written […]

NEVER GROW OLD

Is it possible to “never grow old?”  Edward Tuck said this about age:  “Age is a quality of the mind.  If you have left your dreams behind, if hope is cold, if you no longer look ahead, if your ambition’s fires are dead, then you are old.  But if from life you take the best […]

“THE TOUCH OF THE MASTER’S HAND”

“The Touch of the  Master’s Hand” ‘Twas battered and scarred, and the auctioneer thought it scarcely worth his while To waste much time on the old violin, but he held it up with a smile. “What am I bidden, good folks?” he cried.  “Who’ll start the bidding for me? A dollar, a dollar, now two, […]

“HUMBLING EXPERIENCE”

Being a Christian demands a humbling experience, by acknowledging who we are and who God is.  We yield, surrender to Him, doing whatever He asks just because of who He is that asks it.  How foolish to need healing and not go to a physician to be made well.  Even more ridiculous to go to the doctor, […]

“THE QUESTION THAT NEVER GOES AWAY”

This title, “The Question That Never Goes Away” is a book written by Philip Yancey.  He is a very insightful writer.  I recommend this book and others that he has written.  I want to share some thoughts from this book concerning suffering, evil. Like Job, we repeat the question, “Why do the righteous suffer?”  Why such […]