Have you ever had someone give you a nasty or judgemental look — you know the type of look I mean — that condescending, snide look that makes your face flush with embarrassment? If you’ve never experienced that kind of contemptible attitude, you’re lucky, because most of us experience it at one time or another. Continue reading “Hey Pal, You Gotta Speck In Your Eye!”
A newly published book entitled “Losing Divine Grace: Man’s Lack of Genuine Faith is Taking Us Away From God,” is … Continue reading Losing Divine Grace: A Must Read for the Truly Faithful
I doubt there is anyone out there who isn’t feeling the stress of daily life on some level. When we’re all feeling anxious and a bit worn out, its easy to forget to be nice — to be tolerant and compassionate. We are after all, only human. But remembering to be kind is just what we need to do. Continue reading “We Should Remember to Go Easy”
The Parables of Jesus are some of the most precious and vitally important lessons for man to learn. The Parables are told by Jesus in a simplified, relatable manner so that their meaning is easily recognized — their spiritual and moral message is however, extremely profound. Continue reading “Being the Truly Good Samaritan”
You’ve probably heard a lot of people lately in person, on social media and in the news, who have a very high opinion of themselves. These are the folks who boast that they’re moral, upstanding, good citizens who love and serve God. But do they?
Continue reading “Beware the Hypocrite”
Wouldn’t the world be a beautiful place if every single day, every single person, pledged to be good and to to do good — to be kind, loving and generous — to always lead from a place of love? Continue reading “Doing Good to All”
We have a whole lot of righteous people in this world today. How do I know there are a lot of them? Because they’re the first to tell you how good and upstanding they are — they don’t shy away from proclaiming themselves to be the most virtuous among us. Continue reading “The Two Sons”