I looked down at Jesus that day but I will look up to the Lord of glory forevermore. I hope you have done the same. Peace!
No one is ever to judge as though sitting in the seat of judgment that belongs to God alone.
It is truly miraculous how a book that took over 1200 years to write, by over 40 authors, in 3 different languages, could dovetail or fit together so perfectly. For instance, Moses and the children of Israel were liberated from Egypt and sent out to worship and serve the living God. When they came to … Continue reading A KINGDOM OF PRIESTS AND A HOLY NATION
If there is a better allegory for the Christian life other than the movie Groundhog Day I don't know what it might be, except of course for PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
If there is a greatest sin it would be the sin of pride that gave birth to all sin and rebellion. Daniel chapter 4 reveals the amazing conversion of the greatest ruler of his time - king Nebuchadnezzar.
The world in which we live is topsy-turvy from the one God created and the one for which Jesus died. When faced with the decision to obey God, which meant deny themselves and not eat from the tree of Good and evil. Adam and Eve chose to go with the devil, who called God a … Continue reading A TOPSY-TURVY WORLD
It was a day that I shall never forget as long as I live, that day started it all, a new way of life and a complete change in how I think about everything. I did not change that day but the seeds for change were planted deep within my heart. Before that day I … Continue reading JESUS THROUGH THE EYES OF A HYPOCRITE
Jesus’ admonition “you shall not judge” is the most quoted to avoid judgment – ironically! There are instructions that qualify His command, such as, 1Corinthians 2:16, “But he who is spiritual judges all things…,” or 1Corninthians 6:2, “And if the world will be judged by you, are you unworthy to judge the smallest matters?”, or … Continue reading Critical People