People often repeat Henry David Thoreau’s famous quote: “The mass of men live lives of quiet desperation.” When they do, they are usually trying to excuse their selfish passion to achieve a goal or to avoid “playing it small.” But … Continue reading
If you opened the book of 1st Samuel, turned to Chapter 19, you would see that it ended with a supernatural event that occurred at a place called Naioth, near the prophet Samuel’s residence in Ramah. You see, David had … Continue reading
Each one of us must become familiar with Grace and Mercy. It is most certainly the fruit of our relationship withour Father, which we are to dispense to others! This is one reason we have become partakers of his Grace: … Continue reading
Oh, we love to hear preachers (and even non-believers) talk about the Great Grandfatherly Fellow in Heaven! Oh, he is so loving and kind. Forgiving everyone just because of his kindness.
Recently, a friend of mine wrote an essay that opens by asking: Why don’t people believe? That’s a good question. Another question that begs to be answered is: “If things are so simple and easy, why, don’t people don’t get … Continue reading
I want to remind you of something Jesus said. It is found in the fifth chapter of John: “Jesus said to them, “I assure you that the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees … Continue reading
We have no idea who wrote the letter to the Hebrew church. If someone tells you otherwise, they are incorrect. But that being said, in the eleventh chapter, it tells us something about Abraham. It reads, “The proof of Abraham’s … Continue reading