What we treasure is a window into our hearts. When people look through that window, what do they see?
Read: Isaiah 28:14-30:11, Galatians 3:23-4:31, Psalm 62:1-12, Proverbs 23:19-21 And so the Lord says, “These people say they are mine. They honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. And their worship of me is nothing but man-made rules learned by rote. (Isaiah 29:13) Relate: One of my favorite YouTubers is David Wood.…
Samson is in many ways every Sunday School boy’s hero. He has superhuman strength. He doesn’t have to worry about haircuts. And he goes around killing bad guys with a jawbone, tearing gates off cities, and setting wild animals on fire. What preteen or early teenage boy wouldn’t love this guy?
Sometimes getting a little offensive is the godly thing to do.
God is constantly, in new and different ways pouring out His glory that the earth might be filled.
How much money do I need to be happy?
An innocent black man was killed by the cops… again. And again… and again… and again.
Hiding from the consequences of our sin seems to be our knee jerk reaction, but it does not work.
The man Jesus had healed had just been grilled by the religious leaders and mocked for his ignorance. His own parents refused to back him up and he most likely had just been kicked out of the synagogue. But this man when being questioned said, “I might not know all about that. All I know is that I once was blind but now I see.”
Why did it take an untrained boy who was unfamiliar with the situation and untrained in the methods of conventional warfare to destroy Goliath?