COMEBACK WIN -- For the second week in a row, the Kansas City Chiefs came from behind to pull out a victory, and this time it was a 35-24 win over the Tennessee Titans in the AFC title game to advance to the Super Bowl.
OIL ACTIVITY -- It’s nice to see some oil drilling rigs pop up here and there in the Lee County area.
The latest one to spud in is on the Lehmann property in the Ledbetter area.
Usually oil activity starts picking up -- if it’s going to pick up -- during the first quarter of a new year when new budgets are approved.
Not much is known about the prophet Joel.
In fact, in the Bible Joel is mentioned only in the book that contains his prophesy, and by the apostle Peter on the Day of Pentecost hundreds of years later (Acts 2:16).
It’s even hard to determine when the book was written or exactly where this prophet lived.
Over a thousand years after Abraham, the Jews were living as slaves in Egypt. Their leader was a prophet called Moses. Moses led the Jews out of slavery in Egypt, and led them to the Holy Land that God had promised them.
While Moses is considered a great leader who was strong and bold, yet the reality is quite different.
TEXANS ARE DONE -- With a stranglehold 24-0 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs, the Houston Texans let it slip right through their fingers in a lopsided 51-31 loss. What’s new for Houston? They always find a way to lose the big playoff games, this time letting the Chiefs come back from their largest deficit in franchise history to win it. Yikes!
JOLLY OLD -- It’s been a long time since we’ve had nearly a week of foggy, misty weather. When I drove home from
When I drove home from work around 9:30 Monday night, I told my wife that the weather reminded me of “Jolly Old England,” also referred to as “Merry England.”
OVER HIGHWAY -- When I was a kid, we used to play a game where you threw a tennis ball over the roof of the house and yelled to the players on the other side -- “Annie over” -- so they would be ready to try to catch it.
But playing something similar across a busy highway with a football is another thing.
HORNS DOMINATE -- It’s about time that I got to finally say that! After a 38-10 win over the No. 12 Utah Utes, I’ll say it over and over again if I must!
Does God want everybody to be rich?
There are preachers on television who claim this is what the Bible teaches.
Actually, quite a number of televangelists preach what’s referred to as “the prosperity doctrine” --or the health and wealth doctrine.
The late televangelist Billy Graham denounced the prosperity gospel movement in 2016.
HIT-AND-RUN -- A 911 call came in shortly after 9 am Monday from a woman motorist whose car had been sideswiped at the railroad tracks by an 18-wheeler.
The big rig had left the scene, possibly because the trucker didn’t even know he had sideswiped a vehicle.