Wednesday, August 9, 2006


My son Nate left yesterday night to Florida to visit a best friend who was also recently discharged from the Coast Guard. Together they plan to do a little job hunting in Florida while applications are processing here in Bullhead. I missed my son Nate the moment he pulled out of my driveway last night, traveling at night to beat the heat across country. Worried I called Nate at 0600 this morning , he said he was fine and witnessed a great lighting storm driving through New Mexico and saw something he never expected was possible, a great rainbow against a moon lit night sky, a reminder of Gods covenant with man that he would never again destroy the earth by flood. God is always faithful regarding his promises while we are always looking for excuses.

Anyway children are truly a gift from God and one of the most wonderful joys in life. But as mush as I want to embellish them with lessons learned, I realize they must live their own life happy in the knowledge that they are loved by parents who are there for them not only materially but spiritually, intercession for Gods protection, love, and intervention toward the truth. Above is a picture of my ride area today.

1COR 8:4-6 Some people say, quite rightly, that idols have no actual existence, that there's nothing to them, that there is no God other than our one God, that no matter how many of these so-called gods are named and worshiped they still don't add up to anything but a tall story. They say—again, quite rightly—that there is only one God the Father, that everything comes from him, and that he wants us to live for him. Also, they say that there is only one Master—Jesus the Messiah—and that everything is for his sake, including us. Yes. It's true