Ahaz’s Choice: Learning to Trust #5

  Peace replaced inner turmoil after I turned my life over to Jesus Christ, trusting him. Have you experienced a change like this? If so, I’d love to read about it. (This is the fifth blog in a series about … Continued

Discussion Stirred Up By Devotional

posted in: Apologetics | 0

How exciting it was to receive tons of comments on my Upper Room Devotional yesterday. Here is the URL in case you missed it: http://devotional.upperroom.org/devotionals/2016-07-08. Most of these were very complimentary. One person asked many questions to clarify what I believed. … Continued

Is It Wise?

posted in: Uncategorized, Wisdom | 0

I’ve been accused of being judgmental because of my belief that it is not wise to drink alcoholic beverages. Stating a belief is not the same as “being judgmental” is it? I guess it depends on how one says it. One … Continued

The Spokesman

posted in: Father, poem, Prayer | 10

Therefore this is what the Lord says: “If you repent, I will restore you that you may serve me; If you utter worthy, not worthless, words, you will be my spokesman,” (Jeremiah 15:19, NIV). This scripture had a great impact … Continued

Learning to Trust #3

After being rescued by God’s mercy from the captivity of sin (justification), most Christians learn gradually to trust God better as they grow in Christ (Sanctification). The personal experience I told of in my June 18th blog, which helped me learn to trust … Continued

How Does God Teach Trust (#2)

‘Rescued by Mercy’ is the category of seven blogs I posted in March and April. This is a follow up series about trusting God. The first ‘Trusting God’ blog, entitled “How does God teach his people to trust him” posted … Continued

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