Timeless truth about darkness. All are dead in their trespasses and sin. Eph 2:1 & Col 2:13. Death means separation. Because we have all sinned, Romans 3:23, all are separated from God. Romans 1 presents the truth that deeper and darker depravity is possible. Those who reject God and begin to worship the creation will … Continue reading Darkness
Timeless truths about plans. How do we know the will of God and plan accordingly? The Apostle Paul wanted to visit Rome and visit the church there. It was one of the main desires of his life. He wrote “Now I want you to know, brothers, that I often planned to come to you (but … Continue reading Plans
Timeless truths about covenant. The Bible is divided into covenants - the Old and the New. The Apostle Paul wrote to the church in Rome (Romans) and shared with them the Gospel - the Covenant. I want to explore that book with you. I see the book of Romans divided into three sections: one, entering … Continue reading Covenant
Timeless truths about prayer partners. None of us, including him, expected that he would step into eternity so suddenly last Sunday morning. He told the ICU nurse that he knew what was about to happen and he was ready! I got to know Lew, a man in his 80’s, two years ago during weekly, Tuesday … Continue reading Prayer Partners
Timeless truths about thinking. I recently finished John Maxwell’s book, Thinking for a Change. I highly recommend the book! He challenges the reader to think unselfishly. He makes this statement: “If you want to become less selfish in your thinking, then you need to stop thinking about your wants and begin focusing on others’ needs.” … Continue reading Thinking for a CHANGE
Timeless truths about questions. Jesus asked A LOT of questions! 307 to be exact. Interestingly He answered only three. What does that teach us? The Master Teacher used questions as a primary means of teaching. As parents, teachers, influencers, and friends, we need to learn the art of asking questions. What is the best kind … Continue reading Question!
Timeless truths about storms. Irma and Harvey have changed many people’s lives. Even today as Irma travels inland, we are reminded of the trail of devastation in her wake. Here are some reminders about “storms” from Scripture. First, storms do not discriminate. It rains on the just and the unjust. No one is immune or … Continue reading Learning from Storms