They replied, “We’re stoning you not for any good work, but for blasphemy! You, a mere man, claim to be God.” (John 10:31-33) Read: 1 Samuel 24:1 – 25:44, John 10:22-42, Psalm 116:1-19, Proverbs 15:20-21 Relate: One of the big arguments atheists sometimes use and Muslims frequently use to deny the divinity of Jesus is…
My head says “yes” to these I am statements of Jesus, but does my life really back that up? Is Jesus my bread of Life? Or do I look to other sources for my provision? Is he the light through which I see my world? Or is he merely a tack on, an afterthought to my life?
Sometimes getting a little offensive is the godly thing to do.
I love Jesus, and I love the Church, and I love religion. If anyone is truly doing the first, the other two will naturally follow.
What is the cost of a modern education? Is it worth it? What is truly being taught? What is being learned?
Our world, our universe is a work of art. It is the greatest work of art. Those that have chosen to study this work of art have a noble and a high calling. Their research and their findings are worth learning because they teach us of the mastery and the methods of the Artist.
Instead of breaking that prayer down that prayer into ninety-two pages and making my own millions, I will do it in four paragraphs and give it away for free. It’s your lucky day.