Read: 1 Samuel 12:1-13:23, John 7:1-30, Psalm 108:1-13, Proverbs 15:4 My heart is confident in you, O God; no wonder I can sing your praises with all my heart! Wake up, lyre and harp! I will wake the dawn with my song. I will thank you, Lord, among all the people. I will sing your praises…
“That last song you guys sang,” Jesus asked, “Do you really believe it?”
Sixth grade was the epitome of my acting career.
Keeping my ears open and my mouth shut is not something I have ever been very good at.
There are few joys in life as fulfilling for me as going on a long walk. There’s something about a good hike that takes the entire day or even more. Starting out at the base and then getting to the top of a mountain and looking out and seeing the beauty and the majesty of God’s creation is something all of us need to do at least once or twice in our lifetime. Walking is also a good way to keep in perspective how small we are and how big this world.
God is constantly, in new and different ways pouring out His glory that the earth might be filled.
If the devil is the accuser of the brethren, how often are well meaning complainers little more than tools of the devil?
There are two phrases I wish I could bury in a deep grave and never hear ever again.
1)“The Bible is the only book I ever need to read.”
2) “God said it. I believe it. That settles it.”
Why do we need to go anywhere at all? Isn’t God everywhere? Can’t we just meet with Him anytime, anywhere?
Melchior, Caspar (or Gaspar), Balthazar. Do these names ring a bell? According to Catholic tradition, they are the three wise guys who visited Jesus at his birth. They are all scholars, saints, and the kings of Persia, India, and Arabia respectively. While the first and the last of these are made completely from someone’s imagination,…