If You Died…

If you died, why should God let you into heaven?

Think about it. If you died today and stood before God in heaven and He asked you, “Why should I let you into Heaven?” what would you say to Him?

Prayerfully think about it and hold the answer in your mind.





I’ve checked my heart, and I’m resting in the grace of my Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ..

God’s hit my heart, and I’m truly rededicating my life to Jesus Christ today!.

I want to commit my life to Jesus Christ today.

Is Doug Jones from New Jersey?

In Alabama there is a hotly contested Senate race right now.

Saturday I was watching TV in my living room.  A bright young man in his 20’s comes to my front door.  I open the door and greet him. “Are you Red Skelton?”  he said to me (He used my real name). I involuntarily said ‘yes’ before thinking about the intrusiveness of his question.  How did he know except that someone had bothered to scour a database and attach names to house numbers in preparation for his visit?

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Demise of Journalistic Standards

by Michael Goodwin  (see bio below)

Mr. Goodwin puts feet to my thoughts and I didn’t have the words.  I respect him and his background.  I am trying to be a good independent.   Journalism and writers are making it harder and harder.

I’ve been a journalist for a long time. Long enough to know that it wasn’t always like this. There was a time not so long ago when journalists were trusted and admired. We were generally seen as trying to report the news in a fair and straightforward manner.

I often found myself telling my students that the job of the reporter was “to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” I’m not even sure where I first heard that line, but it still captures the way most journalists think about what they do.

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