Modern Tower Of Babel
I’ve been teaching my students about a myriad of different things in Bible Study these last weeks. And with the discussion of God’s winding down of history came a discussion about some of the things during its starting up. One of the most interesting things, in my opinion, and currently one of the most overlooked, is the story of the tower of Babel.
An English Lesson Communion
It’s been some time since I’ve written a communion meditation, so bear with me. I’ll attempt to keep this short, but I am going to throw some Greek at you, so there is a little heavier reading.
The Thief On the Cross
There are times when I stop and reflect on individuals in the Bible. They aren’t always the “major players,” but they are important. One such individual is the thief on the cross.
Once For All (Part 2)
I’m Redeemed. Now What? In this continuation of our look at grace, I want to start with a question. A question I want you to seriously think about both now and days after you have read this article.
Once For All (Part 1)
If I had to sum up Once For All, it would be with the following – the Law is dead to Christians, for now we have Grace. We, having accepted Christ, are free from the shackles of the law and no longer have to try and keep it in order to earn our salvation.
I Heard the Bells On Christmas Day
“How can we have peace on earth with such divisiveness in our society right now?”
There Is A Fountain
The gist of the hymn There Is A Fountain is about forgiveness – divine forgiveness.
Repentance: A Commitment to Change
“. . . in the wee hours of the morning, as I lay reflecting on all that we have accomplished up to this point, I was reminded how utterly cluttered and messed up our lives can get.”