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August 17 - Pardons for the Condemned

John 3:1-21; 1 Chronicles 12; Zechariah 2

Imagine, if you will, death row in a prison. The condemned are without any real hope. Sure, there are appeals that might help them, but they don’t really believe that they will prevail. 457 more words

Devotional Thoughts

What to do about a Late Filed Garnishment Response: An Employer Remains Liable for Monies Paid

I file wage garnishments all the time on my Tennessee judgments.

If you know where a defendant works, Tennessee law allows a judgment creditor to garnish the debtor’s wages for payment toward the judgment. 366 more words

Judgment Collections

A Horrendous Divorce

62 months and 1 day after the catastrophic marriage, we are finally announced as divorced. No one can imagine how much I have gone through, emotionally and mentally, to reach this day, to get to this status. 725 more words

Past Romance

The End of the Age

Forgive me for using such a dramatic title, but I could not think of anything else better.  This series on the kingdom parables of Matthew thirteen nears its conclusion.   826 more words

Kingdom Posts

Let Both Grow Together, Part II

Before I dive into Jesus’ interpretation of the parable of the weeds, I want to introduce a concept that rumbles underneath the context. What I am referring to is a big word called eschatology, which means the study of the end times or last things.   1,036 more words

Kingdom Posts

Let Both Grow Together, Part I

Yesterday I paused from the current blog series on the kingdom parables of Matthew 13 due to the 4th of July holiday.  My wife and I drove to Santa Maria, CA to visit her parents for the weekend.   1,100 more words

Kingdom Posts