Sitting Bull’s Atonement

Sitting Bull was the leader of the Hunkpapa, a division of the Sioux Indians. There were some Blackfeet and Cheyenne allied with him on the fateful day of June 25, 1876.  It would come to be known as the Battle of the Little Bighorn River and Custer’s Last Stand.  But let’s back up.   Sitting … Continue reading Sitting Bull’s Atonement

Out With The Old and In With The New (Fasting, Patches and Wineskins)


A passage was explained in church this morning (May 30, 2021) that I have never understood. So I will try to be a good errand boy and hand on what I’ve learned.   John’s disciples were questioning why they and the Pharisees fasted, but Jesus and His disciples did not.  The disciples of John said … Continue reading Out With The Old and In With The New (Fasting, Patches and Wineskins)