Great was Solomon’s nurturing. He was raised in a home, church, and nation that made much of the Lord. His father was a combination of poet, preacher, prophet, and king. His mother was one who had experienced the mercy, forgiveness, grace, and favor of the Lord. Around his family were ministers and elders who valued the … More A Tale of at Least Three Promiscuous Princes
It has been an ancient question: Which comes first, the chicken or the egg? Genesis records God speaking forth birds on the fifth day, and my childhood pictorial Bible shows no eggs in the Garden of Eden. However, I suppose the Sovereign Creator could speak forth an egg that is immediately hatched. Frankly, I am not sure, but at this point I am going with the chicken … More Entirely Forgiven, I Eagerly Confess; Entirely Forgiven, I Eagerly Forgive
The following was written by Dr. James Montgomery Boice. He was a hero of mine who died some years back. Today, in heaven, he knows more about worship than he ever did. He is glorifying and enjoying God like never before. I think he would still agree with much that he wrote. Much of what people do … More Whatever it is, it is not worship!