This Blog Is A-Changin’

Some of you have probably noticed that lately on this blog I’ve had less news, more animal video, more Christian hymns and music.

I’ve come to believe God wants to hear us praising Him in music: hence the hymns. He uses this music to speak to us, if we will only listen.

The animal videos are purely for relaxation. Cats are fun.

As for the news, there’s too much to keep track of, and too much of it is a drain on my morale and probably the readers’, too. Of course, I can’t help reporting items of education malpractice, culture rot, and the greatest and most dangerous hoax of all time, Climate Change.

But what good does it do, to sit on a hill and contemplate the magnificence of Goliath’s armor, the great mass of his muscles, the sharpness of his sword and spear?

For when all is said and done, he is just an uncircumcised Philistine who has defied the armies of the living God and whose ticket has already been punched by God Himself. No evil has ever survived God’s justice; no evil ever will. And that goes for the evils of this present era, brought to us by wicked fools who think they can usurp God’s throne.

No matter how many colleges they control, how many politicians, how many noozies, how many courts of law, how many bureaucracies–they are ghosts that walk, not knowing that they’re dead already.

12 comments on “This Blog Is A-Changin’

  1. You got it. When their fall finally happens, it will be the biggest ever. Unbelievable that any person or group could be so insanely arrogant as current society, but it shows more every day. Sickening.

  2. Amen! The old adage ‘the bigger they are, the harder they fall’ comes to mind. And from the sound of this, at least Joe Collidge won’t be out of a job 🙂

    Hope your blood pressure is coming under control and that things are well with your aunt.

    1. My b.p. was 151 today–not good, but still down by almost 30 points from what it was.

      Aunt Joan this week had a visit from a couple of old friends and co-workers, who took her outside for some fresh air. I wish they’d come more often! She needs the stimulation.

    2. Praise God! I’m very happy to hear this. Both are good news! Any improvement is good. We’ll keep praying, Lee, and the weather seems to be improving enough so you can ride your bike and sit outside with your cigar, notepad and your thoughts of the Bell Mountain crew. 🙂

    3. It’s much better exercise that way, and that’s really the point, isn’t it? 🙂 I much prefer the old fashioned bikes with no gears – just pedals and a brake.

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