Sunday, January 10, 2016


Did you know about 3.5 million US residents including 1.35 million children have been homeless for a significant period of time ( Did you also know that in Matthew the 25th chapter Jesus said these words?

"41 Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand Depart from me, ye cursed, into the eternal fire which is prepared for the devil and his angels: 42 for I was hungry, and ye did not give me to eat; I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink; 43 I was a stranger, and ye took me not in; naked, and ye clothed me not; sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not. 44 Then shall they also answer, saying Lord, when saw we thee hungry, or athirst, or a stanger, naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee? 45 Then shall he answer them, saying, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not unto one of these least, ye did it not unto me. 46 And these shall go away into eternal punishment: but the righteous into eternal life."

If you read from the 31st versus you will see how Jesus says God will judge you on how you treat those less then you. How can we call ourselves Christians (Christ Like) if we do not do what Christ asks of us? Jesus helped the drunks, whores, the least of us, those "the good church people" (Scribes and Pharisees) wouldn't even look at. Are you brave enough to step away from the safety of your church house and do what Christ did? Are you like the Scribes and Pharisees who used religion to look good or are you like the Disciples who followed Jesus and cared nothing about what those "good church people" thought of them? Are we Christ like enough to take our own time to talk to the homeless, or to feed the poor?

One last thought: The bible tells us to pay tithes but tithes are not offerings for a church they are offerings to God. If your church is not helping those in need tithe to God, when he is naked clothe him. When he is hungry feed him. Give unto the least of you so when you are standing in front of God he'll look down on you and say "Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world".


A few weeks ago I went to my family reunion and we were all at Sunday school, the theme was about remembering those that have passed on. It was a beautiful service, but I got to thinking later do I want to be remembered by man? Or by GOD? Every man that has ever left a legacy in this world did something worldly, something man thought was impressive, but Apostle Paul tells in Galatians the 4th chapter " It's not of works lasting any man should boast".
If we have done something people will remember years after we are gone, chances are it is something we could have bragged about. So I THOUGHT AGAIN DO I WANT TO BE REMEMBERED BY MAN OR BY GOD? If I left my mark on this world and everyone talks about what I did years after I'm gone then will God remember me when I stand before the thrown? God is not impress by the same things that impress man. When you look at the Prophets you may wonder why they lived the way they lived and did the things they just doesn't make sense to man. But Hebrews the 11th chapter says " The world was not worthy of them".
If God had not put them in his book I doubt anyone would have bothered to remember them. But everybody remembers Einstein, but why ? What did he do for God? Nothing but he impressed man. So when Job and Einstein stand before God who do YOU think God will remember?
If no one ever remembers my name, if no one shows up to my funeral, if God remembers and is there, that is all that matters to me.



I talked to a man today that is blind, and it didn't take him long to have me in tears. as he talked about the things he would look at if he could see again for just one more day. He would spend the whole day with his family and try not to even blink. He wouldn't let those he loved out of his sight and he would do his best to burn those pictures into his memory, because right now it's been so long he is not sure if he can even remember what they look like. He went on and on about what he would look at if he could see for one more day. I wish I could express this the way he did because there wouldn't be a dry eye to read this blog. But then he began to tell me about the day that keeps him going, the day when he will have his eye sight again, the day that will last forever. He said although he can't see now he knows the next image he sees will be JESUS! He told me he hopes and prays that everyone he has ever meet in this life is there along with all the pictures and images that he has missed over the last six years. He said "I hope no one feels uncomfortable when I don't quit starring at them." And then he told me "Do me a favor be sure and be there because I want to see you again."

Wouldn't it be a shame if he has seen you already for the last time, let's all do our best to be there on the day that last forever so Bro. Dave can see us again.

just updating a fue old blogs

have not blog much sens mom died i was going trow all the old ones, and reposing sum of the ones i like, the first 3 Paul did but i can"t repose them maybe e will, David Jr had one, arva had 2 that-was good, ill repose next week, and maybe i can snap out of it and stater posting ague. Just hope the blog is still getting to Somme one

The Sermon on the Mount

Four weeks before Mom passed away, I went to see her. At that time, she was still well enough for me take her out to eat. On our way back from eating she began to talk to me about the 5th chapter of Matthew. She told me, "Standing on the mountain that day stood the Creator of the Universe, and all the wisdom of the world. He was looking out at over 5000, way over 5000, all sinner, we know this because grace had not been given yet. He knew that most of them would never hear him again, this was his only chance to reach them. He could have preached a number of sermons, but he picked what we call The Sermon on the Mount." Mom then looked at me and said, "There is a life time of sermons there. If you never preach any thing else, if you can get your little church to live by that, you can get them into Heaven." It was not till after she passed away that I understood the gold nugget she gave me, Jesus gave us everything we need to get in to heaven in Matthew Chapters 5-7.