The more things change

Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr (1808-1892) was a French critic, journalist, and novelist. He first became famous for his semi-autographical novels. Karr's wit and ability to turn a striking phrase is what earned Karr a place in history. He began writing Les Guêpes, a monthly journal that highlighted his cutting wit often in memorial epigrams. Les Guêpes, which means The Wasp, penetrated…

Random Thoughts

Just a few random thoughts. My parents are switching to Apple computers. I am foreseeing an uptick in FaceTime calls and tech support calls from my mom. :) I'm ready to finally see old man Logan on film. It officially releases the 23rd. The Old Man Logan comic has been…

Plans and God

  Sometimes, in fact often-times, I honestly have no idea what God is going to do. I'm okay with that because God loves me and he has a plan for me. "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to…

The weight of control

Recently I listened to my wife speaking with one of my children about the weight of their certainty about knowing if they are really saved. How can we believe when we can not see? How do we know for certain that we really believed or really believe about God? Our child in…