Sometimes our brains are our own worst enemies, because grace isn’t logical. — Judah Smith
"(James) Rorimer’s own words, however, may summarize his life best. When asked his formula for success, he replied, ‘A good start, a willingness - even eagerness - to work beyond the call of duty, a sense of fair play, and a recognition of opportunities before and when they arrive. In other words, it is important to find a course and steer it.’" - From the book "The Monuments Men" by Robert M. Edsel
The Top Gear boys on Phineas and Ferb.
New appreciation for P & F!
That’s alot of Caravans (Miami Seaplane Base)
Of two evils, choose neither. — Charles Spurgeon
by Jeremy N. Choate
This essay is a bit of departure from my usually reasonable and logical approach to important issues. That’s not to say that the essay isn’t well-reasoned and is bereft of logical argumentation, but I freely admit that it’s polemical, in nature. Sometimes you’re just…
Outside St Bart’s Hospital
There is nothing wrong with learning as long as learning doesn’t replace knowing. The goal of studying the Word is that we would draw closer to the Author.
(Second in a series on cultivating and sustaining a hunger for God’s Word)
I love food. I love all kinds of food. I grew up with one grandma who cooked good old meat and potatoes kind of grub that farmers love to eat. It wasn’t unusual to have rabbit on Tuesday, chicken fried…