Even Mr. Smith found it impossible to function honestly in Washington. Continue reading
At a men’s retreat some years ago two of my brothers spent most of the weekend, Bibles in hand, arguing law vs. grace and salvation vs. condemnation, what Revelation really meant and on and on and on.
I think their unspoken goal was to see who knew more about the Bible and theology. They volleyed back and forth agreeing and disagreeing with each other for uninterrupted hours. Defending their beliefs. Quoting scriptures. Persuading. Defining. Describing.
By Sunday afternoon both brothers decided they hadn’t accomplished one thing to get closer to the Kingdom of God during their marathon Continue reading
The book of Joshua is packed with God’s promises and principles we can take away from studying it. A truth we often hear today, even in secular circles, says, “For every choice we make there’s a consequence.” We see that one happening throughout Scripture. Good consequences for obedience and bad consequences for disobedience. For example, Continue reading