To The Church At . . .

My desire is to pass on some things that the Lord has revealed to me from His Word through prose, poetry, or song lyrics. Generally I expect it will be a message for the church, not the unsaved — thus the title.

Most, if not all, of these pages include scripture readings relating to the theme. Unless otherwise noted, all scripture quotations are from the King James version.

If you have any questions or comments, please send me an email. The address is dick webb (no spaces) at soaring spider (again no spaces) dot com.

He Stood Up — He’s seated at the right hand of God the Father. But aren’t you glad that "He Stood Up"?

It’s An Abraham Thing — A while back I went through a time of "fasting" from the music ministry. Sooner or later I think we all have an Abraham event (at least one) in our walk. This article is about one such event in my life.

My Testimony — If you wonder what the Lord has done for me, please read this. It’s not baseball, or even music, that has been very good to me. It’s Jesus Christ.

Soaring Spider — You too can Learn The Meaning Of SoaringSpider. Since soaringspider dot com is the domain name for my main site I thought it might be a good idea to explain what a soaring spider is. So I did.

Creating The Lord’s Band — OK, so this one is not mine, but I wish it was. It was written by Les Lambert, who passed it on to a friend who, in turn, sent it to the Ztar users’ group. [And if your next question is "Zee what?" then you should visit the Ztar web site and find out.] I hope you enjoy this; I certainly did.

Whittlin is a fun little story. I think it was Dylan, in one of those talking blues songs from his first album, who wrote something like, "People got a lot of knives and forks, and they gotta cut something."

Who’s Your Daddy? — First, a disclaimer: when I wrote "Who’s Your Daddy?" I was sort of oblivious to the fact that the phrase was then in common usage. I had a different point to make. The Pharisees claimed Abraham as their father. But Jesus’ question, then and now, is, "Who’s Your Daddy?"