I saw an interesting story in the Toronto Star today. A retired trucker Teri Horton bought a painting at a garage sale for $5 in 1991 and some experts now believe it is an original work of abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock. The painting could be worth more than $100 million! Don't we all love these kinds of stories. … Continue reading Bargain Hunting for God's Grace
Month: November 2006
Will Your Anchor Hold?
The Canadian Coast Guard requires that all Pleasure Craft between 6m and 8m in length (19 ft- 24 ft) must have: one life jacket per occupant one lifebuoy with a 15m rope one bailing bucket or manual water pump fire extinguisher watertight flashlight sound signalling device navigational lights and either a manual populsion device (oar, … Continue reading Will Your Anchor Hold?
Luke writes for us strange but wonderful picture of forgiveness. Click here to read it: Luke 7: 36 - 50 In a beautiful illustration of love, compassion, and forgiveness a woman who has been healed, restored, and brought back into fellowship with God brings a thanks offering the only way she knows how. Imagine yourself … Continue reading Being Forgiven