There’s more to that quote than I would like to even admit. This morning as I was reviewing my horde of miserable scam/spam email I found one for a Biblical Aramaic course taught by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. On the internet.
O.K…. You’ve got my attention God. I was thinking about this YESTERDAY and here is the email. Somehow it just reminded me of the Godfather quote in the title of this piece.
I never seem to get very far from the University doorstep.
The information is on the way. I’m probably doomed simply because I’m excited about the possibilities of learning the language Jesus spoke. I figure I need any edge I can get to get into heaven. Perhaps being able to greet him in Aramaic will help. (I know, don’t go all seminarian on me, it’s by Grace alone… )
Big day for me, professionally. Thought I’d take a little break from Bobby, Omar, Mustapha, Brian, Colene, and Jeff and let you know what’s going on with my writing life.
I started writing my first book less than two years ago. I wrote it for my wife for a birthday present. I had a story I simply needed to tell someone. I was moved by events in my life and the lives of those around me, and I really feel that it was inspired by God. Continue reading →
I really cannot add to this. POWERLINE blog displayed this today. The author of the artwork is unknown, but if they leave a post here I’ll contact them to verify and then give them credit for the work.
Most of us have been at the same church for a long time. We join a church for a lot of reasons, the majority of them not really the best. We join because it’s our parent’s church, it’s the church our wife went to in college, it’s the church your buddy Mark joined when he came out of rehab, it’s the church you drove past the day you first looked at your potential new house, or, it’s the one you went to in need of solace on some dark day in your life and you stayed.