If we Have God on Our Side, Who can be Against us?

I am excited about the new increase in people signing up for my RSS feed. This has been a good week. I encourage you to do the same. With the RSS feed, you will know when ever I post and be able to read it instantly.

I am now posting more often on this site.

I was doing most of my posting on my blog at: www.dailysignsofhope.com. I will still post there everyday, but I want ot post more here, because this is where I can talk most about my writing. Especially about my latest book, ” Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World.” It came out last October, and it is selling well. 

It reaches out to those who suffer from, Anxiety, fear, depression, addictions, self-doubt, hopelessness, etc.

If you want to read a description of the book, go to the top of this page and click on, “bookstore.” There will be a description there, plus  a copy of the cover.

If you want to see some endorsements, you can also read those by clicking on, “endorsements” at the top of this page. 

There is a special sale going on right now. The book sells for $19.99 in the retail stores, but right now you can buy it here on this site for only $15.99. The shipping has been cut in half as well. A total savings of over $6.00.

I hope you will take a couple of minutes and check it out.


Why do we spend so much of our days worrying about something that may never happen? I was very good at this many years ago. I would build up the pity party list of worries, and send out invitations to people to come and feel sorry for me.

I finally figured out that 99% of what we worry about never happens, and there other 01% should be turned over to God.

Stop wasting your live worrying. Spend more time enjoying your life knowing that God is there for you. If we have God on our side, who can be against us?

You Never Know When you Make an Impact on Someone

I am really encouraged by the increase in people signing up for the RSS feed on this site. I mentioned that my blog: www.dailysignsofhope.com, was gaining about 100 people daily who are signing up for the RSS feed there. You might go there to see why.

I really would like that to be happening here as well. Just click on the RSS feed spot up above and receive notifications of when I post. I am trying to post more often here, and I will post some uplifting thoughts, and keep you caught up on the happenings with my latest book, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World.”


                                               You Were My Church

The young man seemed to be a loner. He didn’t make many friends. He was one of those guys who had spiked hair, black fingernails, and a chain hanging out of his pocket.  

A local church started a new program where senior citizens were placed with teens to become their prayer partners at school.

One elderly couple decided that they wanted to take part in this mission. They came to the director and asked to be assigned a child. The director look at his list, frowned, and said, “We don’t have anymore kids to assign.

The couple was insistent, and finally the director said. ” I have one boy that no one seems to want. He is a loner at the school.

The elderly couple said they would take the young man.

The young man didn’t really want to be assigned, but the school liked the program, and insisted.

Things didn’t seem to be going well. The elderly gentleman tried everything he could to communicate with the boy. The boy didn’t even use complete sentences to reply. Here is one conversation.

Elderly man: Do you like school?

Young man: Yeah.

Elderly man: “Have you had any problems we could pray for?”

Young man: “Nope.”

Elderly man: “Do you need any support for anything?” 

Young Man: “Nope!”

You can imagine how it felt having every conversation one sided.

Th e couple stayed with the boy all the way through high school. The boy never really opened up much to them.

Then the husband died. There was a funeral, and the elderly lady was there greeting people.

One young man with slicked down hair and nice clothes came up and gave the woman a hug. She didn’t think much of it because she didn’t recognize him.

The boy said, “Don’t you know me? I was the guy you helped through high school.”

The elder lady looked astounded and said, We lost track of you, and you never came to church the whole time we were praying and talking to you.”

The boy only made one other statement and then he moved on. He said, “You were my church.”

You never know when you have made an impact on someone. Just being a good example and supporting someone who needs it can change lives.

(This was a true story!)

I Had a Dream! I Stopped Letting Walls Stop Me

I had a dream! In my dream I felt that I could accomplish a great deal if I just believed in myself. Too often we all stop moving forward because we don’t have confidence in our abilities.

In my dream  I stopped letting walls stop me. I turned all the walls over to God, and I knew He was much taller and stronger than any wall.

I dreamed of crossroads that where I made the right decisions and go the path that God has chosen for me, and not the road that Satan wants me to go on.

I dreamed that 99% of everything I worried about never really happened, and I  turned to other 01% over to God.  

This doesn’t have to be a dream my friends. All of it is right there for you. All you have to do is believe in yourself and God.

With God on your side, who can be against you?


I wanted to give an early notice of an event coming up that I will partake in. I will be signing my book, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World,” at the Oregon State Fair in Salem, Oregon. It runs from August 26th-September 5th. If you are in the area, drop by and say hello.


The book is often called a Manuel for those who are suffering from anxiety, fear, depression, addictions, self-doubt, etc.

Right now you can buy, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World,” right here on this site.

There is a special sale going on right now. The retail stores are charging $19.99 for the book, but you can purchase the book, on this site, for only $15.99. The shipping cost has been cut in half as well. A total saving of over $6.00.

While you are here sign up for the RSS feed, and click on the “follow,” button for the” Networked Blogs,” area on the side bar.


I also want to plug my blog at: www.dailysignsofhope.com. It is one of the fastest growing blogs on the net right now. It is growing about 100 people a day through people signing up for the RSS feed there. Go there and find out why.