Wednesday, March 07, 2018


Some of my self-righteous Religious Right evangelical friends who damned Clinton for his affair with Monica without a shred of grace or mercy, and spent millions to expose it, are now defending Trump with Stormy Daniels, an adult film star, showing their hypocrisy to condemn sins if its in the opposite party but defend it in their own party. Their irrational argument to give Trump a pass while damning Clinton is to parse and split hairs as to the where and when sex happens ("Clinton's was worse because it happened while in Oval Office," etc...) If we like someone, or voted for them, we are more likely to give them grace than if we don't like the person. It's part of our humanity. Fortunately, I believe God has grace for all and isn't like us in that regard. He has unconditional love and grace for Trump and Clinton. And Stormy and Monica. And you. And me. And everyone. The Bible doesn't say "A B.J. in the Oval Office while President is a far worse sin than cheating after your wife recently gave birth to your son. Then, trying to silence Stormy. Trump is more deserving of a greater grace extension." That's FOX News thinking, but not God's thinking. God's thinking is "as by one man sin and death came into the world to all, also by one man Jesus grace and salvation comes to all, and all shall be made alive." (1 Corinthians 15:21, 22) Christ shed His blood to cover ALL sins, Republican and Democrat. Man's fallibility is not partisan.
ALL have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Forgiveness is for ALL, not just Democrat or Republican.

Monday, March 05, 2018


A few questions to help you find yourself and your passions. You don't have to answer on this thread, you may prefer to journal your answers privately. 1. What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail? 2. What would you do if money was no object? 3. If you won the lotto and had $30 million dollars, and didn't have to work any job you didn't have to do, what would you spend the rest of your life doing? Your passions lead you to your purpose.