Strangers and Sojourners

A few days ago, “You and God” addressed the subject of riches and the dangers of trusting in them; the sheer vanity of doing so as expressed by the very wealthy King Solomon who suffered from what some have called “destination sickness,” defined as a person “arriving” only to discover he is “nowhere.” (H.B. London)Continue reading “Strangers and Sojourners”

Wings as an Eagle

Any preacher on any given Sunday in America could address his Sunday morning audience as a “gathering of people who might be considered rich.”  I did this recently to a small auditorium of several rural congregants yet folk who represented various professions and varying age groups.  To prove my thesis, I merely recited some readily available statisticsContinue reading “Wings as an Eagle”