Xed 

Xed verb (used with object), x-ed or x’d [ekst], x-ing or x’ing [ek-sing]  1. to cross out or mark with or as if with an x (often followed by out): to x out an error. I have been thinking about forgiveness a lot lately. God’s forgiveness. My need for forgiveness. My need of forgiveness from…

Joshua 

I just hate when my Precept Bible study is all about how some guy did the wrong thing and had to pay the consequences for his sin in front of the entire nation. The past two days I looked at Achan in Joshua. He got stoned and burned and everything due to his sin.  I hate…

Friday Counseling Issues: This and That

I enjoy reading Friday Counseling Issues. This gal is spot on today.  ~~~~~~~~~~ Potluck this morning.  It’s been a difficult couple of weeks in my office. Heartbreak, anger, confusion, and despair, along with a little joy, humor, and relief. So here are some general observations, probably some that I’ve said before somewhere else:  You don’t…

Was I Wrong?

“Why can’t you admit you were wrong?” Maybe because I wasn’t. Just because someone else thinks I was wrong doesn’t mean I was wrong. They see it one way, I saw it another. I made decisions at the time; they have the advantage of hindsight. I may do what I believe right and yet another…