When he had said this, he called out, “Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand.” (Luke 8:8) In reporting what he had researched on the life of Jesus, Luke got in the rhythm of portraying a man who was demonstrating as He was teaching and the demonstration reinforced what was taught. Luke is writing so […]Read More Teach It Do It
When Jesus heard this, he was amazed. Turning to the crowd that was following him, he said, “I tell you, I haven’t seen faith like this in all Israel!” And when the officer’s friends returned to his house, they found the slave completely healed. (Luke 7:9-10) A centurion and a sinful woman. A foreigner and someone typically […]Read More The Soldier and the Sinner: Great Faith from Unlikely Sources
He knows you will do what it takes. In some ways, it sounds like what Jesus expects from His followers is a lot. Some of the things He says, sound extreme. For example, If your right eye causes you to sin, tear it out and throw it away. For it is better that you lose one […]Read More M.O.T.H. – Purity and Clinical Faithfulness
The LORD God gave him this command: “You may eat from any tree in the garden. But you must not eat from the tree that gives knowledge about good and evil. If you eat fruit from that tree, on that day you will certainly die!” (Genesis 2:16-17) It’s a familiar passage of scripture and yet … […]Read More You May Eat …
Of late, I’ve enjoyed writing about who I would invite for dinner if I could invite anyone. It was a five part series featuring an introduction and then insight into four guests that I would love to have the meal with and you can get more information through the links – the first guest, the […]Read More Where The Meal Matters
This is a part of my story. It’s not the whole story, but it’s a part of it. I was brought up in a loving Christian household. Both my parents are devoted Christians. A lot of my upbringing was shaped by practices and behaviours learnt from their conduct at home and the cultural expression of […]Read More Who Is This All For?
February is a notorious month for how quickly it leaves. I say notorious, there’s something about leaving February that lets me know in no uncertain terms that this year is in full swing. It’s remarkable really. This month has flown by with indecent haste. For all that, though, it was still a month of some […]Read More In Agreement – A March Dryden Update