Monthly Archives: March 2012

Bye bye Buddha, Krishna, Jesus, and rest of you guys

I am a professional home Stager. That means when homeowners decide to sell their houses, I help them prepare their houses to appeal to the broadest range of prospective buyers as possible. Here is a standard paragraph I include in … Continue reading

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The Bunny Proof for God

For a year, Denise has been trying to find a good home for her flop-eared bunny, Sir Floof Floof. Last week a new member came to the business meeting Denise attends regularly. The new guy, Bob, owns a tree service … Continue reading

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Specious Syllogism

 I’ve said it, many of my friends have said it, and you’ve heard it said, too. Maybe you have said it. The “it” is a specious syllogism about feeling blessed. This past Sunday after church, I was eating breakfast with … Continue reading

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Rev. Jack Graham LOL

I was listening to Invisible by the Reverend Jack Graham. He was explaining the factors that determine who goes to heaven, and who goes to hell. He pointed out that only believing in God doesn’t admit one to heaven. He hammered … Continue reading

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New Math

  Our world minus Jesus = Hell

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Was Mick Jagger Right?

Chapter 2 of Georgia Shaffer’s Taking Out Your Emotional Trash hit a nerve for me. She points out that if we have a relationship with God and Jesus, who are perfect, then we won’t put ourselves in the impossible position … Continue reading

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Gifts aren’t gifts if no one accepts them

I haven’t consulted Scripture to support my premise on gifts. The premise is a thought that popped in my head.  Thought pops come with no thinking  and without effort on my part. Thought pops are followed immediately by lightness and joy. Here’s the … Continue reading

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