And the Problem “Yet a little while and the world will see me no more, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live.” —John 14:19 YeshuaJesus said that those who believed in Him would live again. They would also see Him again. While Yeshua was going away, He was going to … More The Promise
In high school I read a lot of books and poetry. Two of my favorite poets were Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsburg. In Lawrence Ferlinghetti: Poet-at-Large, author Larry Smith noted that the author “writes truly memorable poetry, poems that lodge themselves in the consciousness of the reader and generate awareness and change. And his writing sings, … More The World is a Beautiful Place
The weather reports that hurricane Nate made a second landfall in Biloxi, MS, just after midnight today. It’s now downgraded to a tropical depression as it heads inland. This is the third hurricane to ravage America’s coast since the Eclipse in September 21, 2017. And since then there has been a terrible mass murder in … More Anyone understand?
“Churches in a number of states are being threatened, even an Orthodox Church,” he said while reading a news report online. “What network is that? Oh, Fox News. . . They’re so biased,” she said.
Google the phrase “nothing new under the sun.” I did. Wikipedia pops up in the top of the list directing to its page where I discover it’s the name of an album. Vinyl no less. There is nothing new under the sun, by a Missouri group, Coalesce. Amazon offers books that some how, the Google … More No New Things. . .
Christianity is a revealed religion. I heard this recently. From where I do not know. It wasn’t a compliment, either. It was said in a rather disdainful manner. And it’s been bothering me since I heard it. But it is true, though, that Christianity is a revealed religion, as is Judaism. Christianity came about through … More Just a Revealed Religion
This morning I received an email from Witness Well. It’s a five-part series discussing the idea of churches canvassing. It’s a good article, and I recommend reading it. According to the author there is a benefit to not just those contacted, but to those that make the contact. “One of the greatest benefits a congregation … More Evangelism