Posts Tagged ‘joy’

            I’ve been happily married for more than 33 years.  A constant counsel for success in marriage is that couples need to be together.  Genesis 2:18 says that God made Adam “a helper fit for him.”  Based upon this scriptural passage and the lovely evening I had with my wife last night, I’d like to suggest that it’s not just that we need to be together.  We need to do things together. Read the rest of this entry »

           Last weekend I saw Peter Jackson’s version of The Hobbit.  I was entertained but disappointed. Read the rest of this entry »

While eating at a church social, George, with a gleam of joy in his eyes and pleasure in his voice, said that he loved sandwiches above all other entrees.  Although I did not and do not agree with my brother in Christ concerning the gustatory delights of sandwiches, last weekend I experienced the spiritual and symbolic value of the humble sandwich. Read the rest of this entry »

I recently watched the movie version of Lewis’s book The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.  I left entertained but not satisfied; so I decided to read the book again, which is my favorite in the series.  After finishing, I see three reasons that the movies fall short of the books. Read the rest of this entry »