It’s over. The decorations will come down. The bells will stop ringing. Blink and stores will start selling Easter candy. Christmas is over. Or is it?
Wade through all the commercialism of Christmas and there is only one thing Christmas is about: celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. If you focus on the true meaning of Christmas, then that’s all it’s about. That tiny child coming into the world, living as a tradesman in obscurity, until around 30 years old started a 3-year or so mission that changed the world forever. And will change us is we bring Jesus into our minds, hearts, and souls!
Every day should be Christmas! We should wake up celebrating Jesus coming into the world, coming into our lives every day. And it’s a celebration like none other!
It’s the 26th of December, the day after the “official” celebration of Christmas. But celebrate Christmas today, tomorrow, and every next day forever. Every day should be Christmas! That’s the real beauty of celebrating Christmas.
Merry Christmas!!! I pray for peace and joy in your life this day and every day to come!
After more years than I can recall playing golf, I finally found a secret to the game. Hold the club lightly, as lightly as you possibly can. The problem with golf is that we hold the club as tightly as possible, practically choking it to death. The result is it creates tension in our entire bodies, making it very difficult to really swing through the golf ball. So, what’s a golf lesson has to do with life? Continue reading →
This is my annual musings on golf and God. No, this is not irreverent. I just try to look at life and relate everything back to God, because everything around us comes from God. And that includes the game of golf. Continue reading →
What most amateurs don’t understand is that the critical part of the golf swing is the follow-through and accelerating through the ball. I think the same holds true for most “amateur” Christians. Yes, I’m taking some time off and trying to work on my golf game. However, more importantly, I’m working on my relationship with God. Hang with me for a little explanation. Continue reading →