Jesus did not send angels on a rescue mission to save Him from the cross, because He was on a rescue mission to save the lost.  Matthew 26:53 Do you think I cannot call on my Father, and he will at once put at my disposal more than twelve legions of angels?


PRAISE GOD FOR PEANUT BRITTLE! In November, Ann and I were at our local Sam’s, when suddenly there was a GOD moment. There on the Christmas aisle, was a big plastic container of peanut brittle. Immediately flashbacks of my childhood raced through my mind. You see, I was raised Pentecostal. In the Pentecostal Church we […]


CHRISTIAN CANNIBALS As a person with a very weak stomach, it doesn’t take much for me to lose my appetite. But if I had to choose the most nauseating, grotesque thing that I can think of, it would be cannibalism. This absurd atrocity, is when humans eat the flesh or organs of another human being. […]

Make a Plan to Make it Home

While walking this morning, I passed the BancorpSouth Arena, which is the Tupelo Coliseum. They have a massive billboard which is rented by advertisers. As I walked by this digitally enhanced sign, I saw this ad. Budweiser…Make a plan to make it home. Now, please pay close attention as you read this post. I know […]


Philippians 3:2 BEWARE OF DOGS, beware of evil workers, beware of the concision. While I am not an avid animal lover, I’m certainly not one who dislikes animals. Growing up we always had outside dogs. The rule in our home was, no animal could ever be brought inside. That was my strong conviction until I […]

Too Far Down To Give Thanks

So you really think that you are so far down, that THANKSGIVING seems impossible? Well, before you drown yourself in the dismal doom of your depravity, let me tell you about a brother in the Lord, that maybe had it a touch worse than you. He was an incredible evangelist that God put a lot […]

Curiosity Killed the Catalyst

Most everyone has heard the phrase: ”Curiosity killed the cat.” This is an old idiom, or proverb, to warn of the dangers of unnecessary investigation or experimentation. The earliest printed reference of this original idiom is attributed to the British playwright, Ben Johnson. Ben’s play, Every Man in His Humor, was written in 1598, and […]