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The Bible calls David “a man after God’s own heart” twice. The first time was by Samuel who anointed him as backslidden King Saul’s successor, “But now your kingdom shall not continue. The Lord has sought for Himself a man after His own heart” (1 Sam. 13:14, NKJV). more

One of the simple joys of browsing old newspapers is coming across headlines like "An Old Lady Drives Here from Texas."


Let's clean out the notebook on a very hectic week ...

• Next Wednesday, Walt Disney World is set to open its newest attraction, "Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway" in its Hollywood Studios Park. The day before, we cap last minute campaigning with the Tuesday primary elections in Alabama. 


The scene was familiar — the tears, the applause, the crown — but it was also something new. 


Let's clean out the notebook...

• I noticed that Sumiton Mayor Petey Ellis is denying that the City of Sumiton tried to get around gun laws by leasing temporary spaces - in the form of a temporary business license - for people selling merchandise at the Frog Festival. I'll let the courts settle that matter - that is not my concern here. 

 "Follow-up to 'The Security of the Believer'" (Daily Mountain Eagle, 2-8-2020, Religion) suggests there's a disjunction between the belief that … more
This past week everyone was in a state of Valentines Day frenzy. Buying chocolate. Sending cards. Making sweet treats for school classrooms. more

I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that sin has corrupted the entire world and even our own bodies.


A familiar name jumped out at me this week as I flipped through newspapers from February 1967. Cordova Filter Plant operator Willis Laye was celebrating his 25th anniversary with the Jasper Water Works.


While it is not intended, as both parties would rather hold onto power for extended periods of time, an accidental variation of checks and balances comes in the form of a cyclical political system. The pendulum has historically gone back and forth between parties having control of government in Washington, D.C.

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