This man came and talked about a place. He was in a place, but talking about a different place. Yet this different place would actually impact the place they were in. Yet even though this different place would impact the current place, it would also be a place in and of itself. It is a […]Read More Getting A Taste Of The Place
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
It is one of the things that makes the people unique. Where other cultures don’t have such a concept, the children of God are identified as belonging to Him because they celebrate a day of rest at the end of six days of labour. That seventh day is sacred to them. In it they ensure […]Read More Enjoy The Rest When The Work’s Complete
This is an interesting Psalm. Are you comfortable in the light of Jesus advising us to love our enemies and bless those who persecute us, reading a Psalm where the writer is a victim waiting to get well so he can see the comeuppance of those who mocked him while he was sick? While considering […]Read More Psalm 41 – When You’re Sick And Tired
There is a lot of sound advice in this video. Advice I wish I had taken when I went through my own seasons of heartbreak. In as much as this is less than five minutes of advice, it’s worth considering each point carefully and exploring the scripture references to see what is being said worked […]Read More How Can I Recover from a Broken Heart?
Judah never had a king like Hezekiah. His reign represented a high point in the age of the monarchy in the southern kingdom. They had not had it so good before and they would not have it that good again. When he was struck ill with a sickness that should have lead to his death, […]Read More The Kings II 20 – Hezekiah: Healed and Overexposed
But when Elisha the man of God heard that the king of Israel had torn his clothes, he sent to the king, saying, “Why have you torn your clothes? Let him come now to me, that he may know that there is a prophet in Israel.” (2 Kings 5:8 ESV) Two men and leprosy give […]Read More The Kings II 05 – Cure and Curse