Posts Tagged ‘Jesus’
A Tribute to Margaret Irene Cookson (1927-2022)
Margaret Irene Cookson, Shirley’s mother, passed away last night on December 6 at Hospice House in Tacoma, Washington. I spent two hours with her before she passed–thanking God that he would soon usher her into the arms of Jesus and a glorious time of reunion.
Mothers are the most important people on earth–imparting their lives and love to their children and extended family.
We miss you, Irene. But we know you’ve just experienced the greatest day of your life.
All because of Jesus.
God’s Hope After Human Failure
Many people’s hopes were dashed by the midterms–including me.
Let’s leave those doldrums behind this week to glimpse God’s redeeming power in a person’s life.
God can bring hope after failure to nations also.
How the Coming of Jesus Changed The World
As you enjoy the Christmas week, I’d like to inspire you with the truth of how the birth of Jesus Christ changed the world. This particular blog is the most reprinted one I’ve ever penned.
Following is a condensed version of “Twelve Ways Jesus Christ Changed the World.”
Enjoy–and Merry Christmas.