This morning I listened to the story in Exodus 3 of Moses encountering the burning bush. As I listened to it, the thought came to me that life as a Christian would be so much easier if God would appear to me and tell me what to do. Instead, I have Scripture as a guide […]
Theologians categorize the attributes of God into two categories. The categories are communicable and incommunicable. Communicable attributes are those which God has passed on to humans. These are the ways we demonstrate that we are made in Gods image. This morning, I read this verse in Psalm 86: “But you, O Lord, are a God […]
A short note today to wish everyone a Happy Easter in 2023. The resurrection of Jesus Christ proves that Evil will not win and that anything is possible with God. Blessings to you today as you celebrate the resurrection of our Savior. He is risen!
“They do all their deeds to be seen by others” Matthew 23:5a, ESV Years ago, I attended a large church that occupied one corner of an intersection of two major roads. The staff jokingly referred to that intersection as “miracle corner.” It got his designation because a family could be screaming at each other in […]
Question 27 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism asks: In what did Christ’s humiliation consist? The answer given is: “Christ’s humiliation consisted in being born, and that in a poor circumstance;[a] in being subject to God’s law; in undergoing the miseries of this life, the wrath of God and the curse of death on the cross; […]
Joseph certainly had a lot of things to weep about in his life. Genesis records his traumatic past in great detail. He was mistreated by his brothers and sold as a slave. He was also falsely accused by his employer’s wife and put in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He was subjected to multiple years of harsh treatment before he came into more comfortable circumstances.