There is more that can be said about radical love, but suffice it to say that no aim in life is more difficult than this.
Our nation’s congress has passed legislation to protect non-believers, non-theists. President Obama is expected to sign it into law.
While he was still speaking, there came a crowd, and the man called Judas, one of the twelve, was leading them. He drew near to Jesus to kiss him, 48 but … Continue reading Grace
Most people that blog are among the richest in the world, not because they are wealthy, but because they have more than 90% of the world’s people.
When someone walks away from us in a moment of rejection, it hurts. If it is someone we care deeply about, we go after them, asking them to return.
We know from experience forgiveness is hard to get and hard to give. Our minds tend to recall the painful words that have been said, or the ill treatment we have received.
I walked by the Tennessee River this week, and that alone is a reason to be thankful.
There is a plan that works. It has always worked, and it always changes lives.
The course of the moon is known before it makes its path across the night sky. The brilliance of the moon is dated for almanacs published years in advance.
He put His hope for the future in ordinary people who choose to become citizens of His nation, residents of His kingdom, the “people of his pasture”.
I had no idea I had taken a photo of three dolphins jumping until I downloaded my photos to my computer. My camera saw things I wasn’t even aware of! Evidently, my ability to see what is happening is limited, even when the sight is right in front of me.
Do we in Christ understand what delight we can give to our King when we are righteous? Do we comprehend the joy our God has in our justice toward the peoples of the world?