Category Archives: Weekly Ponderings


I sit in my office that I have dedicated to Freedom.
On my walls are copies of the Declaration of Independence, and of Abraham Lincolns Getty’s Burg Address. There are pictures of our beautiful flag, and of our national symbol, the great Bald Eagle.
The book cases are full of works that describe the true liberty that can only be found in Christ’s forgiveness. I love my country, and celebrate the great blessings associated with being a Free Born American; but that pales in consideration to the eternal freedom found in the FORGIVENESS of Jesus Christ’s love.
I know all too well, that a day my come that my physical freedom can be taken from me, but not my freedom in Christ, nothing can separate me from His love!

I pray that today you will once again consider the abundance of God’s Grace that has been lavished upon you and yours.

Walk in Love,


What Time Is It?

Last night, across the ocean in Paris, France, satanically inspired followers of the demon god, Allah attacked and murdered in cold blood, innocents in the name of their false god. For the past many, many years people have been speculating as to when the end will come, and how will the anti-Christ take the stage in our sick world of evil and rebellion.

This is the most well presented argument concerning many things that are either questionable, or hard to understand concerning the end of days that I have found, period.

It lays a very concise, Bible referenced argument to answer questions, and give alert to what is happening now with Middle-East activities and players.

I have for some time felt that the long-held ideas of Rome and Catholicism as the chief players in the roles of Babylon and the Whore sitting on the seven headed beast, were simply wrong. I believe this video is very convincing, and should be at least prayerfully considered.

Please do just that, PRAYERFULLY watch this and consider what it presents.

So for what it’s worth, here it is.

Let me know what you think.

Watch it with your Bible open, and ready.

In Christ’s Love

Greg Lester


I’ve often been asked “What will Heaven be like?” and to my embarrassment and dismay, I had to admit that I really didn’t know a lot about Heaven, but knew I sure preferred it, to going to Hell. Over the past couple of years, my life has been deeply changed by the deaths of people I loved very deeply. In an attempt to educate myself and better understand what it means to die, and what to expect after death, I began a quest for knowledge of a subject many people in my “profession” talk a lot about, but I have come to learn, really know little about. Most people avoid the topic of death, particularly if they have a recent experience of the death of a loved one.

I have avoided the subject, I have lived through the experience, I am suffering the present absence of people I dearly, dearly love. I find myself at a place I never wished to occupy, with feelings I never would wish for anyone to experience, but they are real, I am here, and so is my friend, the Lord.

The Word of God says that Jesus is a friend that stays closer than a brother, and I can say I know that this is true.

I found a book written by a man who had recently suffered the death of his mother. He was devastated by her absence and set out to understand the reality of what it means to die, and what to expect after this life ends. As a result of his search, he authored what I have found to be a god-send, the book that has the best BIBLE BASED TRUTH on the subject of what we can expect in the place we know as HEAVEN. Randy Alcorn has given what I believe to be the most beneficial, and informative work to the people who are searching for the truth about the death of someone they love and long to see again. HEAVEN is the name of the book, Heaven is the name of the place I long to go, not just to escape a place called Hell, but to be reunited with those I love and miss. I have to confess, I have placed my faith in Jesus as my Lord and Savior, I have the promise of Salvation and the hope of the Resurrection. I must also confess that now I have a far greater understanding of what it means to long for a city I have not seen, one that is not built by hands. One day Jesus will call my name, and I will rise to be reunited with those who have crossed that river before me, and to the one who loved me more that life.

I love you Dad

I love you Emma Grace

I love you Jesus

See you soon