Election Eve: VOTE

I have since changed my mind about not voting.  The first reason is Romney sat down and talked with Billy Graham.  Billy Graham is someone who I highly respect.  The second reason is that Romney tend to support Israel.  In NIV Bible Genesis 12: 2 -3 2 I will make you into  a great nation and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing.  3 I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all the peoples on earth will be blessed through you.  The Bible is making a reference about Israel.  The decision is yours get out and help make a change VOTE!






















Find happiness when you seek the Lord


People seek happiness in other people, jobs, money, the government and other worldly things.  The only true happiness is in Jesus.  We have to choose to be happy everyday.  Psalm 37:4 (NIV) says “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart.”  There is song called “Happiness is the Lord” and real joy is only found in Jesus.

There is another song  about choosing to be happy.  Are we going to be happy today?  I know I will and choose to praise Jesus.


Shakespeare for today

Posted On July 20, 2012

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I’ve been watching Coriolanus. I haven’t seen the ending, but the movie is amazing, and very relevant to our day.

Corialanus-official UK trailer

I think of the many soldiers who fought and died for this country, only to find themselves or their children enslaved by the big government, and the big corporations. What if they were to turn on us, as Rome found Coriolanus at her throat, when she had spurned him?

If you have read this blog, then you may recall that I was musing on the lovely speech of one of my companies big bosses…..someone that I referred to as “D.” You may recall my dark fantasy of Batman swooping in and pummeling the guy to a pulp.

Something struck me, today. I recall him saying a line, “Don’t ever let anyone tell you that I don’t care.” But nearly all of us that work for him knows that he doesn’t care. I can point to too many of his actions….they are the actions of a man who doesn’t care for his workers. Who has no concern for his soldiers. As Emerson said, “What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say.”

And as I thought of this master of mine, telling me how benevolent he is, how kind he is, how…..merciful he is…..I realized that I had heard this before…..

Am I not merciful

Yes….in the end, the petty dictators of today….they are so very much like the powerful tyrants of yesterday. I wonder which one is really worse……?

Something to believe in-Brett Michaels



Happy Birthday America…Freedom is found in God

On  July 4, 1776 the Declaration of Independence was signed by congress and the US celebrates this day as federal holiday.   Our founding fathers believed in freedom.  They wanted life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  The founding fathers believed in God.

James Madison, our fourth president is known as the Father of  our Constitution.  He made the following statement, “We have staked the whole of all our political institutions upon the capacity of mankind for self-government, upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God.” Exodus 20:1:26 (NIV) has the ten commandments:

1.  You shall have no other gods before me.

2.  You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything.

3.  You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God.

4.  Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.

5.  Honor your father and your mother.

6.  You shall not murder.

7.  You shall not commit adultery.

8.  You shall not steal.

9.  You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.

10.  You shall not covet.

God can only save America, not Romney or Obama.

Here is video of Gaither’s  singing “America The Beautiful” .

No more night

Today is the longest day of the year.  It is known as the summer solstice.  I noticed today that it took longer to get dark today.  This reminds me that  Jesus is the light of the world.




John 11:9 -10 (NIV) passage: 9 Jesus answered “Are there not twelve hours of daylight?  A man who walks by day will not stumble, for he sees by this world’s light. 10 It is when he walks by night that he stumbles, for he has no light.”



When we get to heaven there will no more night, because Jesus is light.  There is song by David Phelps “No More Night” it is about how God will make all things new no more night, no more pain, no more tears…we will live in light of the risen Lamb.

The pains of this world, the schemes of our dark rulers, the griefs that bind us in the chains of despair, all of these things will be passed away. They will be purged away in the glorious fire of His Love. And we shall see, at last, not the two-faced thugs that pretend to be our leaders, but the true Face of that Love that will finally lead us home.

Beings of pure energy

Posted On June 17, 2012

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This morning, as I relax and enjoy Father’s Day, I thought I’d share this website. I found out about it from reading Kiyosaki (Rich Dad Poor Dad). In my desperation to find another job, I still realize that there are some things I really don’t have the luxury of ignoring.


Happy Father’s Day to those in heaven

My dad died at young age, he was only 59.  Pastor Billy Joe Daugherty passed away at 57.  One of my co workers husband passed away last Friday at 55.  I do not know why these happen to fathers at such a young age, but God knows why.  1 John 3:20 (NIV) says: For God is greater than our hearts, and he knows everything.  I just hope that I can make my Heavenly Father as proud as I made my earthly Father.  I would like to honor my dad and Jesus by song Amy Grant written “My Father’s Eyes“.

If you do not have a dad, honor Jesus your Heavenly Father today.

Psalm 27: 10 (NIV) Though my father and mother forsake me, the Lord will receive me.

Another “what the huh!!?” moment

I don’t have much to say, currently. I’ve intensified my job search.   So here are a couple of random things that may warm your heart, while they leave your mind in confusion.

Surprise! Alice Cooper is a Christian

Some may not get this next one….I mainly just love the intro with Orson Wells. It’s like something I would want to have heard from my own father….or something that I would love to tell my own son…..

Manowar-Defender (original version)

Father! Father! Father!

This letter ends my search.

I’ll live your dream.

Now passed on to me.

In my version of the song, civilization has fallen, and a Defender needs to arise to save the innocent from the dark deeds of the foul fiends that have corrupted and darkened our world. The Corporation shall not always have its say. And the downtrodden of the world will one day find a Champion that will avenge them. The blood of the saints will not be forgotten. precious in God’s sight is the blood of His saints.

Another Father Days’ Thought

This is for Bitter Clinger, Jeff, and anyone else that had abusive fathers. This song came out when I was trying to reconcile with my father. He never said these things to me, but the song describes how I felt perfectly. Nowadays, I don’t really feel much of anything about it all. I simply survive each day. And try to live in a way that my son won’t ever feel that way.

Genesis No Son of Mine

This song reflects the relation between a sad broken man, and a God that, He hopes, loves him….I first heard it on my first Christmas Eve in my current position. Bitter Clinger and Jeff both can appreciate….a very tired man, beat up by the job, beat up by the holiday that everyone else gets to enjoy, but we barely do….and this song was on the radio just as I pulled in the garage to see my little (two years old, at the time) son…..

My Father’s Chair- by David Meece


If kittens get freshly pressed, why can’t this….

Posted On June 12, 2012

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Oh what a mess!  Oh so cute on his first birthday!

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