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  1. jeigheff commented on The Fusco Brothers 5 months ago

    Anyone remember the Beavis & Butthead Christmas special, “It’s a Miserable Life”? An angel came to earth and showed Butthead a vision of how much happier other people were, had Buthead never lived.

  2. jeigheff commented on Gasoline Alley 6 months ago

    I respectfully disagree with the comment written by Andrew6385.

    “Prophetically, only in hindsight”? Read Isaiah 53. It’s a prophecy of the life of Jesus Christ, written hundreds of years before his birth. It is no small thing.

  3. jeigheff commented on Gasoline Alley 6 months ago

    I’ve heard it said that the Bible is accurate historically, archaeologically, scientifically, and prophetically.
    And the fact that God’s word tells us about a savior who loves us and wants to save us (if we let him) is something too wonderful to scoff at, at least for me.

  4. jeigheff commented on The Fusco Brothers 6 months ago

    I once read that Charles Schulz’ depiction of Lucy’s psychiatrist’s booth in “Peanuts” reflected Schulz’ own disillusionment with modern mental health care.

  5. jeigheff commented on The Dinette Set 7 months ago

    For once, I agree with Burl!

  6. jeigheff commented on The Dinette Set 8 months ago

    I usually hold my peace when Burl says something goofy. But today, he succeeded in making me a little angry, even if he is only stating company policy.

  7. jeigheff commented on The Dinette Set 9 months ago

    Still, I feel a little sorry for Jerry. Car trouble sucks.

  8. jeigheff commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 year ago

    Poor cat!

  9. jeigheff commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 year ago

    Hi folks,

    Earlier today, I was moved to write about joining the army of the Lord versus being saved. I wrote a little more than I meant to.

    However, I see that a couple folks found my comments distasteful. Although that’s disappointing, I can live with that. It’s not unexpected.

    If these folks aren’t not interested in faith or religion, maybe they should avoid Gasoline Alley on Sundays. I’m guessing Jim Scancarelli will write and draw more strips dealing with church, and the things that go on in church, in the future.

  10. jeigheff commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 year ago

    If this preacher wants the people of his congregation to join the army of the Lord, they first must be saved. I realize that many of you probably already know what I’m about to say. But for the sake of the ones that don’t, it’s important that we recognize that we’re sinners and all come short of the glory of God. None of us are good enough to save or redeem ourselves. We’re doomed if we individually don’t (or won’t) repent of our sins, accept Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross for our sins, and invite him into our hearts as our Lord and Savior. But if we will do that, then our place in heaven is assured, and then we can begin to live holier lives for the Lord. Our good works can’t save us, but the good works we do after being saved can serve to glorify the Lord and please him.

    Of course, we can only “look on the outward man”, and not see people’s hearts as only the Lord can. So there are certainly saved people in this preacher’s congregation who are ready to join “the army of the Lord” and go on to “higher ground.” However, there are certainly some who aren’t saved and therefore aren’t ready to take this step.

    I’ve loved Gasoline Alley for a long time, and don’t mean to seem ultra-fussy or critical towards today’s strip. But since I finally allowed the Lord to save me from myself about thirteen years ago, I’ve paid closer attention to preaching in real life (and even in comic strips!)

    Please pardon me if I’ve omitted any important points of Christian doctrine in these brief comments. It’s Sunday morning, and I look forward to hearing more about the Lord in church in about an hour. If you were here in person, dear reader, I’d invite you to join me!