We often think of hope as indicating something that we would like to see happen but that has a possibility of not happening. What is the meaning of hope in the Bible? How does that relate to us in our everyday lives?
Stand Your Ground! – Ephesians 6: 13
Evil can be difficult to identify. It’s not often a blatant physical enemy. More often evil is hidden in our attitudes and actions. So what does evil look like? And how do we prepare for evil?
Bring It On! – Ephesians 6: 10-12
Do you have struggles in your daily life? Do you want to know where in the Bible you can find guidance for your problems? God gives us what he need to deal with those things in life that give us fears and anxieties. What has God provided? And how can we respond?
Don’t Be a Slacker [Ephesians 6: 5-9]
Don’t be a slacker. How can we be good examples in the workplace as both an employee and as a boss?
Birthmonth! One More Thought!
I have an annoying behavior. When I call someone on the telephone, I always have a second thought after I have hung up the phone. The person that I just talked to […]
Is Tithing [Giving 10% to God] to be Practiced by Believers Today?
What is “tithing” all about (giving 10% of income to God)? Where was it first mentioned in the Bible? Did Jesus teach about tithing? What should tithing mean for me today?
The Great Shepherd Looking Out for His Sheep
Summary of the last blog to bring you up to date: In my last blog dated May 31 about the narrative often referred to as “The Road to Emmaus” as portrayed in […]
Whose Plans Are Those? [Luke 24: 13-35]
Does your life seem out of control at times? Do you need a plan for what is going on in your life? God likely has a plan for you.
A Contrast between People’s Plans versus God’s Plans [Luke 24: 13-35]
We humans often try to make plans for our day or for our lives without considering what God’s plans may be. Religious leaders and the people in the time of Jesus had their ideas of what the Messiah should be like. However, God had other plans . . . .
What Do You Know about Love? – Part 3 [I Corinthians 13: 4-7]
What does it mean to love another person in a relationship? What are some guidelines to help make the relationship successful?