Which brother are we like?
Cain, who proudly thought he was good enough to approach God on his own merits or,
Abel, who realized his great need and humbly brought the sacrifice that God required.
My Bible reading has taken me into Kings and Chronicles, and one thing that has repeatedly struck me is how the good Kings (although there were a few) obeyed God only in part. The Bible repeatedly states that this good king or that good king eradicated evil or Baal worship out of Israel or Judah, but never went the whole way in removing the high places or the golden calves or the altars on which sacrifices to those false gods were offered.Read More
At some point, many Christians begin slowly drifting away from the spiritual disciplines that are the anchors of their faith. Bible reading becomes sporadic or nonexistent, prayer becomes more like a lifeline than a daily conversation, and even church attendance goes by the wayside.Read More
My trial may be different from yours, but it’s not really about the trial. It’s about the One who brings us through it. I can share with you how God has been faithful to me, and you can reciprocate.Read More
This month, while teaching biblical counseling to some Bible college students, I saw people bearing fruit for the Lord. During the lessons, we watched videos of people who had been transformed by him. These people were a blessing and an inspiration for us.Read More
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