Category Archives: Daily Thoughts

A Modernized Parable

I want to consider a story Jesus told that everyone and their brother has heard. It has been called many things, “The Prodigal Son,” “The Two Brothers,” “The Lost Son,” “The Loving Father,” “The Lovesick Father” . . . you … Continue reading

Posted in A Time of Elightenment, Daily Thoughts, Forgiveness | Leave a comment

Read to Achieve

I used to be known to be a voracious reader. I would commonly devour four or five books a week. Yeah, not so much these days, I only read books occasionally, maybe just one when I can. Well, to be … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Thoughts | Leave a comment

How Is Your Faith?

Sadly, there are many “believers” who go to their church every Sunday but have no idea why. It is a habit they began many years ago or something they grew up doing. I am reminded of Henry Drummond, the infamous … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Thoughts | Leave a comment

Simple Thoughts on Trials

Friends, this will either be a Glorious Day, or a day of gloom and despair. You get to decide! Just understand that when you are facing trials in your life, they do reveal the type of faith you possess. I … Continue reading

Posted in A Perfect Heart, Daily Thoughts | Leave a comment

Thursday/Friday of the Final Week (2019)

We have been looking at the final days of Jesus. And, as a review, I want to take a take a quick look at what occurred on Aviv 14 (Wednesday). In Egypt, the Pesach Lamb was slaughtered and its blood … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Thoughts, Final Week | Leave a comment

Mid-Week (of Jesus’ Final Week) 2019

Today, I want to look at Wednesday of Jesus’ final week [notice the day], three days after Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. Growing up, I was always confused why the Scriptures tell us that Jesus would be dead for three days … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Thoughts, Final Week | 1 Comment

“Palm Sunday” 2019

I realize that I have addressed this each year for several years now, but my hope is that we can end, at least in our own personal understanding, some of the mistaken traditions, and more importantly, know and understand the … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Thoughts, Final Week | Leave a comment