Photo by Luis Quintero on Pexels.com Scripture testifies to its own benefits. I labeled such a statement as fallacious when teaching logic to my composition students, but this post concerns the Bible: God-breathed, the book of books by the King of kings. After more than 50 years of seeing how the Bible changes me and … Continue reading Why Follow the Bible?
We finished part 1 by looking at Ephesians 4:29. Let's pick up part 2 with verse 30: “Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed (sphragizo) for the day of redemption. Sphragizo may occur “for security, from Satan,” or “to hide, keep in silence, keep secret,” or “to prove, confirm, or attest … Continue reading All or Nothing, Part 2: “Pas” or Fail in Ephesians 4:30-5:21
1 Timothy 4:4 says, "For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected, if it is received with gratitude;" Do even simple tasks seem difficult lately? Is life laden with frustration? If so, please join me in a resounding cyber scream! I'll spare you the details, but even this post has … Continue reading The Gratitude Attitude
The world can and often does define marriage any way it wants. The Bible defines biblical marriage, but the church has largely adopted the world’s definition, leading to chaos and heartbreak within the church as well. Marriage was established by God and introduced in the first book of the Bible. It is a unique relationship, … Continue reading Reclaiming Biblical Marriage: 1 Man 1 Woman 4 Life