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)


Not Changing Made Us Look Foolish (Part 3 of 3)

Living in America in the 1960s and 1970s we experienced the three events/personalities listed below.  Only years later do we understand that: 1.  Vietnam was a mistake.  Or the way the war was conducted was.  America was lied to by its leaders, yet we disdained the hippies and draft dodgers who fled to Canada.  Whereas … Continue reading Not Changing Made Us Look Foolish (Part 3 of 3)

We Should Have Changed

Change was in the air The house of Saul was fading; David was growing stronger by the day as more and more men declared their allegiance to him (I Chronicles 12). Among those who came over were “the men of Issachar who understood the times and knew what Israel should do” (I Chronicles 12:32). We … Continue reading We Should Have Changed