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Thoughts from the “Top of Texas”

December 30th 2009 2 comments so far  

On November 8, 2009, my wife, oldest son, and I climbed to the “Top of Texas”- Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state. The hike is a 10 mile round trip with a 3,000 foot vertical change with hard climbing the first mile and the last 100 yards from the peak. Our objective was to touch the stainless steel pylon that marks the highest point: 8,749 feet above sea level.

This was the first time my wife Sally and oldest son Martin made the climb. We did so in honor of her sixt, uh, “significant” birthday. …

Memorize The Word

September 16th 2008 2 comments so far  

Breakfast stayed with me today. Not the food””I enjoy the eggs at Corner Bakery. But the conversation””it’s still leaving its aftertastes.

I enjoyed breakfast with Scott Erwin. You probably don’t know him. I didn’t until today. Scott is a former professional golfer who played the PGA tour. He’s golfed all around the world. While working as a pro, God got hold of his heart. He was later mentored by a former board member of Dallas Seminary who introduced him to Bible memorization. He now has hundreds of verses memorized, word for word. He uses the verses in his conversations as a …


September 11th 2007 2 comments so far  

Thanks, Ron, for your input. I was afraid that “Let go and let God” was the last thing you want to hear as you are hanging off a cliff, holding on to the limb of a small tree.

I see that your interpretation of the phrase focuses on the sovereignty of God, the point being that we should recognize that He is in control. The reference you cited from Proverbs is in chapter 16, verse 33:

“The lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the Lord.” To answer your question:

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