Tag: Tank

  • Thanksgiving

    By Tank Tankersley I don’t imagine for a moment that I can write anything about the holiday that we call Thanksgiving that hasn’t already been said, and better, by someone […]

  • A Name For Ourselves

    by Tank Tankersley God withheld many abilities from me, but some He granted.  All of us can say that, can’t we?  Oh, I’ll concede that there are those irritating few […]

  • The Creator’s Way

    by Tank Tankersley Have you ever observed that, as to any matter of significance, it is almost always easy to know what to do but hardly ever easy to do […]

  • Whatever Happened to Nice?

    by Tank Tankersley I’m standing in line to pick up a prescription at the drug store, and a “lady” old enough to know better walks in front of me as […]

  • Senator Kennedy

    by Tank Tankersley “Any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in Mankind” (John Donne, Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, Meditation XVII (1642)). When I learned that Senator Kennedy had […]

  • Weasel Words

    by Tank Tankersley, Please pardon my immodesty in observing that I have something in common with the apostle Paul, that “super Christian”.  Like him I am well aware that of […]

  • And The Word Was Made Flesh

    by Tank Tankersley Father, your word tells me that I should think on things that are true and honest, and just, and pure, and lovely, and of good report.  But […]

  • Nine Little Words

    by Tank Tankersley So many scriptures say so much in so few words.  That is God’s way, I suppose.  Man is inclined to ramble on, saying nothing, or worse.  God, […]

  • God and Country

    by Tank Tankersley I always look forward to the Fourth of July.  It means good food and good times shared with people I care about. Expressing one’s patriotism is the […]

  • To Our Teachers

    by Tank Tankersley I remember it as if it were yesterday.  I’m certain that I can locate the room at Sherwood Junior High where the revelation occurred, and perhaps the […]