Job 38 It’s Tuesday after a 3-day weekend and I’m going to keep this short. But, instead of short and sweet – it will be short and profound! In the Old Testament book of Job – God speaks. He speaks loud and clear…directly to Job. Directly to me. Directly to you. Here’s your assignment…read Job… [Read More]
Is It Too Heavy?
Is It Too Heavy? We are going to have a review lesson from the Old Testament. Regarding the Ark of God. Ready? We read in 1 Chronicles 13.7-14… So they carried the ark of God on a new cart from the house of Abinadab, and Uzza and Ahio drove the cart. 8 Then David and all Israel played music before God with… [Read More]
compassion is our only hope!
I just completed the Old Testament book of Daniel in my chronological reading plan. If your kids or grandkids need a hero to look up to? He’s the man! The book itself is 12 chapters in length but it covers Daniel’s life from teenager to old man. I find that interesting. I look back on… [Read More]
Can we talk? As I read through the Bible, chronologically, I have come to the pre-exile text. Y’all, it isn’t pretty. Rebellion Idol Worship Human Sacrifice Adultery Persecution People pollution Disruption of order Covenant violation Chaotic cities Riots in the streets Does this have a twinge of familiarity? God is giving His final decree to the world… [Read More]
a little wonder to start the week!
My sweet friend, Alice, has been hanging out in the Old Testament book of Daniel for a long time and as soon as she heard about my “oneword-2015” she emailed me the scripture in the illustration below. It is actually a quote from king Nebuchadnezzar, you know the one…the king that called for the fiery-furnace extinguishing… [Read More]