Category Archives: Wisdom of The Week

Weekly Letters

Value of Life

     It is interesting that the third Sunday of January, designated by President Ronald Reagan as “National Sanctity of Human Life Day” should be followed by the third Monday in January which, beginning in 1986, has been set aside to … Continue reading

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No Pieces Left

  When I was working for Hyster Company in Portland, Oregon, I once decided that I could fix a clock we had at home that had failed to work.  I thought, “Hey, I’m an engineer, I can do this!”  Well, … Continue reading

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Spiritual Fitness

As we begin a new year and a new decade, many have made renewed commitments to work on their physical fitness through diet and exercise plans. And most likely, some of them have already broken their New Year’s resolutions!  It … Continue reading

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Speechless

Have you ever been speechless? I suppose all of us have at times been unable to express our feelings of sorrow, joy, love confusion, or admiration—times when words just don’t seem adequate.       When the Creator of the universe came … Continue reading

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Life Expectancy

This last week I heard on the Moody station that we listen to (KMBI) that the life expectancy in the United States has declined each year for the past three years.  You would think with all our medical advancements and … Continue reading

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Right Thinking

Ever wonder about what amazing minds and brain power Adam and Eve must have had, especially prior to their disobedience in the Garden when sin entered the world, and as a result the beginning of aging and ultimate physical death?  … Continue reading

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Thank-You Theology

Have you noticed that the further a culture falls away from God, the less grateful it becomes and the closer a culture comes to following God, the more grateful it is.  The same, of course is true for each of … Continue reading

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