Exhortation and Consolation
November 25, 2021
Jesus Christ has all the answers for our understanding of the Scriptures.
November 25, 2021
Humans are creatures of habit. The biggest determining factor of how we will behave is how we have responded in the past. This can be a good or a bad thing.
November 25, 2021
We should keep awake at all times. We are in end times.
October 25, 2021
In the first part of this article of this series, we considered the civil war between Israel and Benjamin in Judges 20-21. We noted that Israel continued routing Benjamin until almost the entire tribe was wiped out. Was this really the right thing to do? We’ll consider this question and continue with the theme of how we can achieve unity amongst God’s holy people.
August 25, 2021
Jesus knew it was time to leave the comfort of Martha and Mary’s home.
August 25, 2021
Judges 19-21 tell of a horrific civil war involving the Benjaminites: how it started, how it was conducted and how Israel recovered from it. Because the story is so unpleasant, it is easy to read it dutifully and then move on. Yet we are told “whatever things were written before were written for our learning.” (Rom 15:4).
May 25, 2021
We have a great deal in common with our shared faith, but we are not identical in personality or outlook. There were 153 great fish in the net, and some were mighty strange fish indeed.
April 25, 2021
A living faith, however, compels us to challenge the behaviors, habits and traditions in our lives to ensure they serve us in our service to God, Jesus and our brothers and sisters in Christ.
April 14, 2021
Have you ever doubted if there really is a God? If your answer is “no", that’s awesome. I hope you never have a time when you need to look into why it’s worth believing in God. I hope this remains a trivial subject for you forever. 
March 25, 2021
The previous year brought new, unexpected challenges to our lives, affecting our individual and collective faith practices in ways no one could have predicted.
February 25, 2021
No matter how many times I read the Book of Job, and as much as I might understand it on an intellectual level, there’s something about it that fundamentally bothers me. How could God treat someone who has lived as faithfully as a person could possibly live, like He does? It doesn’t seem fair.
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