Satur-deja Vu

As a public service we remind all readers to only transport gasoline in approved containers. Plastic garbage bags, storage tubs and that one lady with the laundry basket are NOT approved for hazard materials. (I think the laundry basket image was real but was taken by people goofing off. Either that or the vapors were getting to her.) Everyone has seen long lines at gas stations on the news and knows by now that several southeastern states have been experiencing a gas shortage following the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline. Did you know that a man and woman in North Carolina got in a fight over their place in line? Or that in South Carolina a woman hoarding gas tried to evade police only to crash her car which then caught on fire? The pipeline is up and running but it could still be a few days before local supplies catch back up.

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Mother’s Day 2011

Happy Mother’s Day

I talked to my mother yesterday, but will not see her on this Mother’s Day.  She called to say my card arrived and that she enjoyed the Easter pics of her granddaughter.  Her birthday is in a couple of weeks, and we’ll get there in plenty of time for that.

Here’s the Mother’s Day sermon I posted 2 years ago.

Last year I did Instead of  a Mother’s Day sermon.

The latter is certainly not “light” on theology.  I will preach a variation of that post this morning.  Here’s a funny video for moms.  Enjoy your day 🙂

Mom’s Buttermilk Biscuits (Romans 8:28 style)

Here’s a very good post from back in the day (April 2008) when my blog didn’t have any readers.  The premise is that understanding Romans 8:28 is a lot like making biscuits.  This is kinda’ like shopping for groceries; don’t read this if you’re already hungry.

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