A few weeks ago we encountered Peter trying to walk on water.
The Blizzard of 77 was the worst snow storm to affect my hometown of Buffalo, NY.
John Steinbeck wrote a novel entitled “The Pearl” in which a poor family in Mexico has a child who was bitten by a scorpion.
One day a boy was walking along the seashore and came upon thousands of starfish that had washed ashore by the tide.
Whenever we leave loved ones for an extended period of time, it is customary for us to give them a memento that reminds them of our love and presence in their lives.
The marvel worked at Pentecost by the Spirit of God, as recorded in the Acts of the Apostles, is that people from all over the Mediterranean region hear the Sprit filled disciples in their own languages.
Parents often marvel in disbelief over the things that young children will fight over.
One of the casualties of the present age is the inability to arrive at agreement on just about anything.
If one were to conduct an informal survey on the street where we ask people where food comes from, what would we likely hear from people?
The first rule of being a new husband is never to ask this question: “Dear, what do you want for Christmas/birthday/anniversary/Valentine’s Day?”