Author Archives: Tyler Binkley

About Tyler Binkley

Accredited Meteorologist, Alumnus of Western Kentucky University, and Alumnus of the Nashville School of Preaching and Biblical Studies in Nashville, TN. Youth Minister at the Bearwallow Road church of Christ. Grew up in Ashland City, TN. God and weather are my passions. Writer for the blog Purely The Truth. Feel free to send me an email anytime.

How much have you aged?

Over the last couple of weeks on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram), a popular challenge has become viral.  The challenge is called “How much have you aged?” and the idea is you post a picture of yourself from the … Continue reading

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A Simple Thank You

We have all heard the saying, “Actions speak louder than words.”  This statement carries a lot of truth behind it, however words carry a significant weight as well. Consider these thoughts: 1)     Words spoke the universe into existence … Continue reading

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What are your New Year’s Resolutions?

It was January 2016 and I was in a new environment pursuing a degree in something that I never thought I would be doing.  My decision to pursue this degree had been made back in April of 2015.  The degree … Continue reading

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Time Is Filled With Swift Transition

In the year 1904, Jennie Wilson and F.L. Eiland wrote and composed a song titled, “Hold to God’s Unchanging Hand”.  The first verse of the song starts out with the title of this blog post and it continues with the … Continue reading

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It Came Without Warning

The title of this article is a phrase that has been used by journalist for the last several years.  A good example of this was seen in the year 2012 when an early morning tornado outbreak occurred in Alabama on … Continue reading

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Be Careful Little Eyes What You See

The above lyrics are from a song titled, “Slow Fade” which is sung by the group Casting Crowns.  While I am not the biggest fan of contemporary Christian music, I can appreciate the meaning behind these words.  When my sister … Continue reading

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I Am Not A Fan

Let me set the record straight from the start.  I am a huge Hilltoppers fan.  When I attended Western Kentucky University, I quickly developed a love for football.  The atmosphere and excitement of the fans coming together for a common … Continue reading

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