I have a terrible confession: Even as many struggle with retrenchments, short-time, and pay-cuts, I sometimes feel sorry for myself as I leave to go to work. Some days I know I have some tough cases or difficult patients waiting for me (or both at
“Go to the ant, oh sluggard. Consider her ways and be wise.” Work is good. Our hearts are bad. Solomon’s wisdom instructs us to look to creation for help to fight the scourge of laziness.
To quote my five-year-old granddaughter, “Yip.” And there are a lot more since I addressed this issue nearly ten years ago. Note the original opening paragraph of that article: In answer to that question [Is there a doctor in the house?], yes there are. In
Bobby Bonner was a professional baseball player for the Baltimore Orioles. When he was converted, he became a fervent evangelist, sharing Christ with whomever he came into contact with. His coach was a man by the name of Earl Weaver. One day, Weaver told Bonner