When Moses returned to Egypt to announce God’s plan for removing Israel from the yoke of slavery, his message was welcomed by the leaders of Israel as recorded in Exodus 4. “Then Moses and Aaron went and gathered together all the elders of the people of Israel. Aaron spoke all the words that the Lord […]
This post is a continuation of focus on Philippians 4:8 in which Paul gives us a strategy for managing our thoughts and channeling them in a positive direction. The verse reads: “Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any […]
We live in an age where we can only consume a small fraction of the information that is available to us. We are bombarded by announcements of things we should be concerned about along with advice on how to think about those things. The noise is relentless and at times oppressive. We have advertising which […]
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!