What I like is when people advise you to be careful when you pull on that thread. That’s not blatantly telling you not to pull on that thread. It’s just a word of advice to be careful when you pull on that thread. What thread is that? It’s that thread that begins when that question […]Read More Be Careful When You Pull On That Thread
There are 66 books in the Bible. That in itself should give an indication as to the nature of the Bible. It is a library. A library featuring a number of books and with that there are a number of different styles of writing in it. Even within the genres there are different ways of […]Read More MWTM: Reflections
“Do you remember when you were hungry?” The question came out of the blue. Right in the middle of a conversation we were having. No lead up to it at all. Nothing to give the reason for that question to pop up. He just blurted out the question and I wanted to see where he […]Read More Remember When You Were Hungry?
God loves names. From Adam to Jesus, there’s always been something about names for God. They are not trifling issues at all. The patriarch of faith could no longer remain Abram. At a given point in time he had to be Abraham. The father of the people could no longer be known just as Jacob […]Read More MWTM: Malachi Part 2 – Messenger
God is worthy to be praised. That’s not an unusual statement to make for those who believe in God and for those who don’t believe in God it’s a redundant statement, then for those who aren’t sure there’s a shrug of the shoulders and either an interest to discover further or not. What leads me […]Read More What A Remarkable Turnaround
Reading the prophetic utterances through Malachi is a fascinating exercise. The set up is a conversation God recalls between Himself and His people. God states something and the people query God on the statement and then there unfolds a critical analysis of the situation followed by recommended steps for addressing the situation. It’s so intriguing […]Read More MWTM: Malachi Part 1 – Unacceptable Priesthood
There is a suggestion that all good things come to those who wait. I can see where that sentiment comes from. I recall the patient endurance my Dad had with his allotment. Hours, days, weeks and months spent cultivating that patch of land. Understanding the soil, noting the changing seasons, deducing the best times to […]Read More Those Who Bide Their Time