Richard Craver

Thoughts, Musings And The Occasional Rant

“Every child of every color, born and unborn, is made in the Holy image of God.”

Just a screenshot from Twitter this morning that speaks loads of truth. Yes, absolutely every child, every person is made in the image of God; even the ones that don’t like each other for reasons real or perceived. And not just the children, but the adults as well, they are the fruit of His workmanship. […]

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No “L”? No Christ?

We have a clock radio in our bedroom that stays on WBFJ. I am not a morning person, I don’t wake up well, so it will play for awhile as I am in slumber trying to summon the will to get the day started. This morning they were playing a mix of the current Contemporary […]

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Who Sets The Standard?

In 1975 the US Congress passed the Metric Conversion Act which set in motion the Metrication of the United States. I remember in school being taught the metric system and being given all sorts of little conversion charts and conversion devices to be able to understand how metric temperature, weight, length and so on compared. […]

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Why Do They Live In The Desert?

I recently heard of a comedy routine by the late comedian Sam Kinison, and went in search of it on the internet. The name wasn’t familiar, but once I saw his picture I remembered him. There was a time in the late 80’s and 90’s when the Comedy Channel had a whole host of stand-up […]

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