Video of 2-racing-buses-in-coimbatore-goes-viral.

Na! You can’t be serious!   No public servant would do such a thing!

Yes, some would and do.  This is not such an unusual occurrence as you might think.  When we go by car down the highways between villages, towns or cities, we often see the skeletal remains of busses that were not so successful at racing or “playing chicken.”  How many times have I seen the half slice of metal bones on the side of a highway? With all the seats gone on one side, one has to understand there were at least that many dead, while those whose seats remained on the other half were at least injured if not killed.

And sometimes it’s the kids!

Scenes like these were always the reason we took the trains instead of busses.

Such as this is not exactly good for the health would you say?

Never leave the house without a prayer for God’s protection.  Never assume you will return home without witnessing some near death experience.  Never assume you can do what you purpose to do without the Father (James 4:13-15).

Let us infuse this idea into our minds and hearts, so that we are completely pleasing to our Master.  And may He bless your day richly.


I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord…

“And David spake unto the Lord the words of this song in the day that the Lord had delivered him out of the hand of all his enemies, and out of the hand of Saul” (2 Sam. 22:1).

This passage begins the same as Psalm 18:1-50, word for word except for the formatting, which was done by men in the early 18th century. 2 Sam 22:1 is unique in that it repeats the title.



The phrase “white as snow” is used 3 times in the New Testament—meaning light, bright, brilliant from whiteness, the (dazzling) white of the garments of angels, and of those exalted to the splendor of the heavenly state, shining or white garments worn on festive or state occasions, and of white garments as the sign of innocence and purity.  The word “snow” or “white as snow” is used 21 times in the Old Testament. It is interesting to discover that the Old Testament phrase is used as one Hebrew word.

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The Kindness of Strangers

poor old man

When was the last time a stranger did something particularly kind, generous, or selfless for you? Tell us what happened!


This is a true story.  Only the names have been changed to protect identities of those involved.  The year was 1967.

Carl was walking down the highway one hot summer day.  Walking was his only means of getting where he needed to go these days.  He had been sick a while now and without any income, but he was willing to work for meals when he felt well enough.  Laboring jobs had run out in Cisco, Texas, so he was on his way to Eastland and possibly Ranger if necessary.

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