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  1. 61. Chaos


    I made a comment to a friend a few months back and at that time, I had made a note so I wouldn’t forget. I found it in my Bible this past weekend before church. Ya see, I have a ton of notes all over inside my Bible and papers are beginning to fall out. Anyway, I found the note and I have to write something up that is based on that note.

    Here is a statement that raised this issue about chaos, “God is in CONTROL!”

    So then… why the chaos in our life? ...
  2. a pattern I have noticed

    Quite a few times lately, I've found myself thinking, "It won't hurt to let my guard down just a little bit, for just a little while.".

    Every time I've done this, I've ended up doing something I shouldn't have done.

    Let me tell all of you from experience:

    It WILL hurt to let your guard down just a little bit, for just a little while.
  3. The Prince of Peace.

    The Prince of Peace.

    Isaiah 9:6
    For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

    I think it would be unfair for me not to share why this scripture means something to you and I. Honing into this story involving my wife and I, a couple of nights ago when my wife became agitated, we were in bed and I prayed ...

    Updated Sep 27th 2012 at 06:46 PM by Amencorner

  4. Time Line Bond.

    Time Line Bond.
    From my weekly reflections by Amencorner

    When this title "time line bond" came to me I thought whats this all about.

    My personal time line started in 1948 and my first bond was with my Mother, talking about Mothers my wife and I made an important bond with the church, likened unto a Mother.

    The Bible talks about the important family time line of Jesus, and the importance of said, right up to his birth in ...
    Tags: bond., line, time
  5. ad hominem arguments

    Ad hominem arguments basically go along the lines of "Person X has some kind of flaw, therefore he or she is in the wrong on issue X.".

    I often see sin in a person's life being used as an ad hominem argument.

    Another thing I see, closely related, but not exactly the same, is an unsaved person being unsaved being used as an ad hominem argument.

    This gets into all kinds of things.