Loving the Enemy 

  By G.P. Avants   I am watching a scene from the Mummy 2, that really has tugged at my heart and mind. Rick O’Connell and the Mummy, Imhotop are both clinging for life on the edge of a pit of souls. Rick’s love, Evelyn reaches for him and pulls him to safety.  The Mummy looks to his woman, Anck Su to save him. They lock … Continue reading Loving the Enemy 

Yoke

“For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11: 30   Got it. The work ahead Is plain to see; Some tell me: “If it’s meant to be, It’s up to me.” I grab the plow. My back I bow, Flex and bent, All day; From beginning to end. As sunset falls,   It’s then I view   The fruit of my … Continue reading Yoke

Was I Clear or Did I Babble On?

  Why do we have so many religions in the world and yet only have one God?  Every one of them states that they are the way to Heaven and eternal life or a version of a blissful everlasting life. Let’s jump back to the Tower of Babel? Have you heard about this one of a kind building project way back in the early years?  … Continue reading Was I Clear or Did I Babble On?

The Net


By G. P. Avants   He lay down a cord, A strong earthy rope, Soiled yet, smelling Of Heavenly places. They looked at Him As he motioned for them, To lay down The cords They all possessed. Their cords were slim Fragile, compared To His. Yet, He assured them It would work. The secret Was to bind their lines To the unbreakable one. The found … Continue reading The Net


Loving the Enemy 

  By G.P. Avants   I am watching a scene from the Mummy 2, that really has tugged at my heart and mind. Rick O’Connell and the Mummy, Imhotop are both clinging for life on the edge of a pit of souls. Rick’s love, Evelyn reaches for him and pulls him to safety.  The Mummy looks to his woman, Anck Su to save him. They lock … Continue reading Loving the Enemy 

Can I Try That?

“But being examples to the flock.”                           1 Peter 5: 3 I love to see people of different races doing something together. To me this is cool stuff. Here’s an example. A young American girl befriends an Indian girl. She sees her friend do a traditional dance from her country. Her American counterpart is entranced. She asks her friend, “Can I try that. Will you … Continue reading Can I Try That?