And behold, the LORD passed by, and a great and strong wind tore the mountains and broke in pieces the rocks before the LORD, but the LORD was not in the wind. And after the […]
Because what we believe about how we were born must never define us more than our shared belief that Jesus lives. That is the center of the gospel. Shaun Groves
… our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and he will deliver us out of your hand, O king. But if not, be it known to you, […]
An article heading from The Desiring God blog: How to Get God’s Attention Mar 26, 2011 01:30 am | by Josh Etter Isaiah 66:2 — But this is the one to whom I will look: he […]
A diligent child is loved by teachers, and as an adult will be an asset to employers. More importantly, we are all commended to work hard for the Lord.
I am currently 42. Based on Psalm 90:10 there is some justification to think I could live another 28 years. On average I can manage to read a book a month (not including my reading of […]
Jesus tells us not to worry about tomorrow as each day has enough worries of it’s own. In Exodus God supplied enough food for each day only, forcing His people to look to Him for their provision rather than their own cleverness or hard work. When God and wise Christians tell me to be faithful to the tasks in front of me today, trusting God for tomorrow I nod in agreement while internally I am still seeking security in what I can do, planning, worrying and fretting.
From Transformed! a recent(ish) post by Nancy Leigh DeMoss on Tim Challies blog: Does your Christian life look a bit like this: Commit. Fail. Confess. Re-commit. Fail again. Confess again. Re-re-commit. Fail again. Give up. Reading […]
We can be somewhat blind to our own culture as a result of being completely immersed in it and not noticing what is distinctive in the art forms we are so accustomed to. After experiencing a fantastic ballet performance I considered my own cultural heritage and the active work required to maintain art and culture.