Optical Lenses

I just finished reading an intriguing book by Swiss author, Hans Rowling, called Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong about the World — and Why Things are Better Than You Think. The thesis the author proves in numerous analysis reminds me of a basic lesson I learned in my Hermeneutics classes. We can’t help but to see life through the lenses we have on. Continue reading

Take Heed

Memorial Day welcomes reflection. Some Americans believe this is one of the worst years we’ve ever experienced (racial division, political infighting, low moral virtues, religious persecution, climate concerns, etc.). While others believe the tide is right for exceptional prosperity and happiness (growing economy, plethora of religious choices, growing diversity, technological and medical advances – to name a few).norman-rockwell-freedom-to-worship_i-G-20-2021-E834D00Z

While I do not know the future, I do see potential pot holes Continue reading

A Day in the Holy Land: Day 6

Today we are on the Mount of Olives overlooking the Eastern Gate of the Temple Mount. Zachariah 14: 4 & 9 says, ” 4On that day his feet will stand on the Mount of Olives, which faces Jerusalem on the east. The Mount of Olives will be split in half from east to west, forming a huge valley, so that half the mountain will move to the north and half to the south… 9On that day the Lord will become King over the whole earth – the Lord alone, and his name alone.”

Keep an eye open, He’s coming soon!

MBC Israel Trip Day 6 (Mt. Of Olives) from Mobberly Media on Vimeo.