There is a cliché that time flies when you get older. However, it is indeed true. It is hard to find new words to express universal experiences. We face a crisis, and it passes, and what we thought was of tremendous import fades with the next unforeseen incident. I pray that no matter what happens, […]
First off, so you won’t be misled, this is not a how to post. Having been an unwanted houseguest a couple of times in my life, I can testify that they are clueless as to how unwanted they really are. (Hard lessons learned and I grew from the experience.) But there are some houseguests, proverbially […]
This is my first post since December. I really thought I would get back to writing more. After all, that is part of what I was talking about in my last post, as I considered pressing on “toward the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 3:13-14). I know that God […]
I wish I had no regrets as I look back over the past year. I wouldn’t be surprised if we all do. It’s easy to have misplaced hope in this world. Let’s let go of the regrets and place our hope in Jesus, and run with endurance the race that lies before us as we end this year and for every day that is ahead.
A recent study in 1 Thessalonians has led to discovering overlooked facts that are giving me a new perspective on life and the situations I am facing. This post is a bit long, but I hope you’ll read it to the end. The Thessalonians had nowhere to hide As I worked through chapter 1, and […]