Within Scriptures, we find all kinds of wonderful things. We discover all sorts of spiritual lessons within the imagery of the Bible. Paul taught: “We speak God’s wisdom in a mystery, the hidden wisdom, which God predestined before the ages to … Continue reading
I am glad when I turn to 103.05 FM in our area (or go to wmuz.com). It is a Christian Radio Station in our area, and from 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m., each Sunday, they play worship and praise. Well, … Continue reading
A.W. Tozer wrote, “Wrong ideas about God are not only the fountain from which the polluted waters of idolatry flow; they are themselves idolatrous. The idolater simply imagines things about God and acts as if they were true.”
In our church, our Pastor has once again selected an excellent book for us to study. Again, it is from Watchman Nee, but this time it is “The Normal Christian.” I love that title! He begins the book saying,
In his article entitled, “Many Christians Make These 2 Serious Mistakes in Worship,” Dr. F. Dean Hackett discusses something that has concerned me for many years. In our times of worship, are we actually aware of the songs we are singing?
I love it when the Spirit of God interrupts plans that we made. I say that because He is a whole bunch smarter than I am and knows what you need to hear. Better explain what happened this morning. I … Continue reading
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I have been reexamining my study of Job. I will be honest. My dream is to publish the study, so I thought I should try to clean it up a little. While I was doing that, I began to rediscover … Continue reading