F or those of us who grew up in the 1970's, reading the messages on the back of car bumpers made long trips more interesting. Here's an audio version of one you might remember. The musical style, haircuts and fashions are all circa 1976. Enjoy!
D o you love truth? According to Jesus, God's Word is objective truth (John 17.17). That means it's the same for every human being who has ever lived. God's truth does not depend on you. You are subject to it. If you truly grasp this, you can live securely in an increasingly bizarre and non-rational [...]
W hatever happens in the next weeks, months and years - God is on the throne. There is a day coming when righteousness will reign over all the earth, and we will live in harmony and peace for all eternity. Until then, our path as Christians is clear: Yes, on through life’s long path, Still [...]
D ear Mitchell (name changed), You asked why I unsubscribed after reading your messages for so long. Over the last year I've steadily stopped following political and economics blogs. Yours was one of the last remaining. The material you send is excellent. I get it. No further details are needed. The trajectory to a world [...]
D o you remember the slang term, reality check? It's a reminder from a friend when one's thinking is distorted. As the current political drama beats down on all of us, this hymn can serve as a welcome balm and pull us back into a Biblical way of thinking. Kings and queens rise and fall, [...]
L ast night someone in a Bible Study was curious about this verse from First Corinthians: For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to [...]
U sing a commentary along with your Bible reading forces you to slow down. I've been reading a masterful verse by verse exposition of Matthew written by the twentieth-century theologian Richard Lenski. Lenski presents the Gospel of Matthew as intended for a Jewish audience which knows the Law and the Prophets and is actively waiting [...]
Worth watching. From the Moody Institute of Science and taken from the post "Lack of curiosity Lack of energy" on Ichabod.
A charge to keep I have, A God to glorify, A never-dying soul to save, And fit it for the sky;
N ot only on this account but also to afford saddened consciences dependable and reliable comfort and to give due honor to the merit of Christ and the grace of God, Scripture teaches that the righteousness of faith before God consists solely in a gracious reconciliation or the forgiveness of sins, which is bestowed upon [...]