No greater question to ask before the Lord:
“What must I do to be saved?” The written Word
Gives answer: Believe in Christ, obey his command,
Repent, be immersed, in grace and confidence stand.
By J. Randal Matheny © 2015
The hairy-scary tasks to do,
Appear ten times Goliath’s size,
But, once we’re committed to pursue,
Are merely mice in giant guise.
On a social media thread far, far away, somebody mentioned that he controlled his eating by thinking of how much work it would take to work off each set of 100 calories in food.
I’m not a calorie counter, but was glad that worked for him. Then I wrote,
To count my food in calories,
Is death by bites and small degrees;
I eat to live, but find great joy
In equal parts in sausage and soy.
The poem I included in my Forthright magazine article today may grow a bit. Continue reading
Richard Hill and I have been editing his article over the last weeks, between my travel spurts. Continue reading