Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body. – Hebrews 13:3 In all the news about the war in Afghanistan, it is rarely mentioned that the “new” government that the US has supported in place of the Taliban has […]
This is part of the series Have we Settled for Morality?. The next post in this series is Contending for Morality.My heart was captivated recently by the question, “have we settled for morality?” What I mean by this question is has the Christian church, particularly in America, settled on debating the culture merely on issues […]This is part of the series Have we Settled for Morality?.
My heart has been stirred lately on the issue of dispensationalism. Proponents of dispensationalism would argue that it has been taught in the Scriptures since the New Testament. For the sake of clarification, what we need to examine is more what we might call the effects of the dispensational theology that was initially formalized in […]
While working on a new post, I came across two powerful quotes I wanted to pass along. Both are worth some time and consideration. First from John Piper, Hunger for God, p. 14 – The greatest enemy of hunger for God is not poison but apple pie. It is not the banquet of the wicked […]
In a prayer meeting recently, a parable came to me. Let me be clear that this is not a prophecy, but merely a parable. Recently, I was considering the golden calf that Israelites worshiped in the desert. This calf provides a picture that could be very significant to us in our day. To best understand […]