February 10, 2013
The institution of slavery in our nation was an abomination and those that try to justify it on Biblical grounds grossly fail to exegete the Scriptures faithfully. But then it was Jesus who elevated the notion of relating to God as servants…
February 3, 2013
While Jesus’ story about the rich man and Lazarus describes the impassable chasm between Hades and Paradise, this side of death we all face another chasm. The chasm between us and God is just as real and yet this great divide has been crossed.
January 27, 2013
While scholars have long debated whether the story of the rich man (Dives in the Latin) and Lazarus is a parable or not, we know that Jesus is speaking truth to all who will have ears to hear.
January 20, 2013
During the Last Supper, while one disciple was betraying Him, one was about to deny Him, and all were about to desert Him, Jesus spoke a word of peace to these beloved followers.
January 13, 2013
Over the past 2000 years there have been numerous predictions on when the end of the world as we know it would arrive. All have been proven to be wrong.
January 6, 2013
Believed to have been written by the “weeping prophet” Jeremiah, Lamentations is a book of five poems that chronicle the woes of Judah’s Babylonian captivity.
December 30, 2012
We humans spend our lives in the relentless pursuit of happiness. This is not necessarily a bad thing, and it’s even a mindset that is supported by scripture.
December 23, 2012
Both the Old and New Testaments have recorded the lyrics of what were actual songs sung by Israel, the early church, and even the angels and saints in heaven.
December 16, 2012
The origins of the Christmas tree have long been debated. Most affirm they came from Germany or somewhere in northern Europe but many unsubstantiated legends and myths, both pagan and Christian, cloud the historical truth.
December 9, 2012
700 years before Jesus’ birth, Isaiah describes the royal names of our Messiah, the attributes and qualities of the King of kings and Lord of Lords. David asks rhetorically, “Who is He, this King of glory?”