A reader disagreed with my last blog post. It cited scientific research which claims, people reading or listening to the Bible four times a week, are less likely to practice behaviors such as gambling, pornography, drunkenness, and sex outside of marriage.¹ The reader’s argument goes as follows:Continue reading Risky Behavior – Part 2
Several years ago while studying the gospel of John, I came to an understanding of today’s healing and miracle-workers. I never wondered again about contemporary healing and miracles. It was Continue reading Miracle-Workers and Healing
All creatures of our God and King,
Lift up your voice and with us sing
Alleluia, Alleluia! Continue reading O Praise Him!
Dear Friend — In a word our ultimate hope is Jesus. Maybe you don’t know Jesus, personally. Maybe you wonder why He is considered the ultimate hope, above all others. Or perhaps you do know Jesus and in your Continue reading The Ultimate Hope
Just as I am, without one plea,
But that Thy blood was shed for me,
And that Thou bidd’st me come to Thee,
O Lamb of God, I come!
I come! Continue reading Just As I am
There are Bibles today that reflect the culture. There are pastors and Christian writers today who reflect the culture. If Paul the apostle were living today would his writing reflect the culture? Continue reading What If Paul Lived Today?
I heard a football player say, “Football is my life.” He said this to justify missing his mom’s funeral to play football. What is your life? What are you living for? When your life on earth ends what will Continue reading What Is Your Life?
What are you living for? What has been your response to the 💓 of God? How should you live in light of what Christ has done for you? There are many ideas on how to live the Christian life. Continue reading How Then Shall We Live?
This is hopeful news for Christian women in abusive marriages. In response to his experience with two abused women, Wayne Grudem, a leading Reformed theologian has changed his stance on divorce. Continue reading News on Abuse and Divorce
Does Jesus care when my heart is pained
Too deeply for mirth or song,
As the burdens press, and the cares distress,
And the way grows weary Continue reading Does Jesus Care?
In a former post I wrote that it doesn’t take long to realize that blogging brings real temptations. If you don’t watch out blogging hazards can entrap you. If you are like me, in spite your best efforts Continue reading Help! I’m Addicted – part 2
Something I find challenging about my former church, now that we are no longer attending, is explaining to people why we left. This is because it is considered a faux pas to tell someone a spiritual truth Continue reading Faux pas