Walt Albritton Articles

The secret of his prayer life

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION — I am indebted to Thomas Carruth. When I get to heaven I plan to look Tom up and thank him for what he did for me. It was a simple thing. He sent me a brochure that described a retreat called an “Ashram.” Attached was a note on which he had...

The Lamb in the midst

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION — In the early days of Jesus’ ministry, John the Baptist saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” Years later, after the resurrection of Jesus, the beloved disciple John has a vision...

In my need, His power is displayed

OPINION — Friends make an awesome difference in our lives. Two special friends – Greg Lotz in Cincinnati and Bonny Johns in Pensacola – shared with me a new song that stirs my soul. The song reminds me that the living Jesus wants to display His power in my weakness....

My heart will go on singing

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION — The Church teaches that God provides for our spiritual nourishment and growth in grace what are called the “ordinary means of grace” — the Word, prayer, the sacraments, the church’s discipline and care of souls. These “means,” or channels...
Learning to eat alone

Learning to eat alone

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION —Almost three years have passed since my wife died. Her death enrolled me in a school I had not wanted to attend – the...

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Learning to eat alone

Alter Call: Watcha Doing?

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION — The above title in correct English would be: What are you doing? Around the house, some of us take shortcuts with our...

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Learning to eat alone

Through the Fires of Sorrow

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION —Oswald Chambers was blunt about sorrow and difficulty. Nothing is gained by saying there ought to be no sorrow. “Sorrow...

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Learning to eat alone

To whom do you belong?

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION —During my early and middle years, but not much during my older years, there were occasions when I had lustful thoughts...

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Learning to eat alone

The Best Moment of My Life

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION —It caught my attention — the story of a young man scoring a touchdown for Murphy High School in Mobile Thursday night,...

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Coping With Change

BY WALT ALBRITTON OPINION —To live well, you must learn to cope with change. The most common truth about life is that change is a constant reality....

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I Was Speechless

BY WALT ALBRITTON For years I have smiled at the embarrassment of the Pharisees when Jesus left them speechless. The gospels tell of many instances...

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