If only we would all do as Cathy and her husband do, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the Jewish people!


I told the story of  evangelizing a Jewish man named Al here, but there were others. In the nursing home, where we did Sunday services, there were many Jewish people.

There was…

Joseph – Joseph was a relative of a resident at the nursing home. He was a survivor of the holocaust. He told us about the awful things he went through during WW2. Many times when we saw him he would smile and reach into his pocket to give us a hard candy. That was his trademark of sorts. After offering him a Bible tract, which he took, he handed us a Bible tract someone else had given him in his neighborhood. He would always smile and sometimes he would say… “keep up the good work”.


Irwin – Irwin was also a relative of a resident at the nursing home. He knew that we did Christian services…

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Jesus, the way, Where Will This Way Lead You?

By the grace of God, Jerry has adorned the Gospel and done more of the blessed and encouraging work of Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.

Continue to pray in the Spirit for one another, brethren!

And Then Messiah Shall Come

The straight and narrow is not a boring road as one from the world and unfamiliar with it might imagine. It’s a somewhat dangerous journey, but the scenery, oh the scenery is so beautiful at times. And the people you meet, they offer some of the most profound insights into life.

The road takes us through valleys that are filled with dread, and that require all the physical, mental and Spiritual strength that one can muster. No it’s not an easy road, oh there are those who claim it to be, but in most cases I find that they are seated in one of the shelters on the top of Mt Calvary, where the narrow gate is located. To leave the shelter is scary business, but following Jesus requires it. The trek down through the valley from Mt Calvary is very steep and narrow with occasional pits, vipers and false…

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For me to live is to gain and to die is a loss. Wait, what? That’s not right.

Much needed thoughts. . . Thank you, Benjamin!

Benjamin Moore

To live is Christ

Philippians 1:21 (NIV)For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.


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I am so guilty of picking the gifts, over the giver.

The blessing consumes me more than the one giving the blessing.

My prayers are too often requests asking God to give me more of certain things and not giving certain things. Yes, we should pray asking for His blessing, but do these types of requests consume our prayers?

The way I live screams “for me to live is to gain and to die is a loss.”

Wait, what? That’s not right.

Eternity is on the other side of death. And my savior Jesus is on the other side of death so there is so much more to gain. The apostle Paul seemed to be pretty confident about it when he wrote the following verse.

2 Corinthians 5:8

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