Never forget September 10, 2001.

On September 10, 2001, we could still greet our loved ones as they came off airplanes, we could also see them off. We were treated like humans at airports and not cattle.

We lose a little of our society’s soul as these little humanities are taken from us.

Our nation had not yet opened its borders to the flood of Islamic immigrants without thought to giving the flow time to assimilate.

Our government was forbidden to spy on Americans.

Many young men my age were still alive(before being shipped overseas to war).

Church attendance was much higher.

The divorce rate was lower.

Pornography was less mainstream.

Marriage was still between a man and a woman.

It was acceptable to stand for patriotic music and rituals.

We were less divided.

It’s not enough to cite the changes in our society, we must remember what’s been lost and teach our children that we haven’t always lived this way. We must teach them virtues and values, loyalty and honor.

Much has changed, but the important things remain the same; Faith Hope and Love, these remain.

Fire and New Birth

Mt. Lemon on fire smells like campfire. What a powerful metaphor of our society; it seems to be on fire. But just like the heat of the fire causes the pine cones to release their seeds; finally giving birth to a brand new forest, so the trials of life and of our society can give us new ideas, new ministries, better ways, new business.
I pray God’s Providence for all friends and family.

Love of Humanity

The Lover of Humanity isn’t gone,
He’s been placed in a cave,
The Creator was slapped, spit upon,
Crucified by those He came to save.

Who has done this wicked deed?
Whom may we blame?
Those He came to free,
For love of them for which He came.

He has paid the highest cost,
The price we could not pay,
That we might be His and not lost,
In the land of the cloudless day.

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