- News report says about 30 trees were knocked down around town in yesterday’s storm. One was a big eucaliptus tree in the parking lot of the Thermas sports club just behind the Colinas mall, not far from the house. In a neighborhood about 10 minutes away, one tree destroyed a car. Some neighborhoods had interrupted water service and electricity was knocked out in a good part of town. Limbs large and small were down all over on our way to worship.
- Our attendance this morning at SJCampos was about average, 31 total, with 4 non-Christian visitors. Continue reading “Sunday night tally”
A copy on his wall for show;
Locked, hidden, in his vault, Van Gogh.
–Yes, from my hand, suggested by a scene of a movie we watched last night during our day off. Continue reading “Couplet: Unseen Original”
In the Taubaté church which meets on Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m., I’m in the middle of a series on “The Dead, Dying and Carried Away.”
Today I preached on Hezekiah’s 15-year extension, from 2 Kings 20.
Here are the three lessons I mentioned we can learn from this dying man’s recovery, my sermon outline’s main points: Continue reading “Hezekiah’s 15 Extra Years”
“Quero fazer alguma coisa para que minha vida tenha valido a pena”.
Which being translated is,
“I want to do something so that my life will have been worth it.”
This from a man, 72, who murdered his famous girlfriend in 1976, and now pledges to donate the proceeds from book, based on his prison diary from 1977-87 and tell-all details, to a charity. Continue reading “A life worth something”