In Deuteronomy, Moses rehearsed the faithfulness of his Lord. In one of his final sermons, he reminded God’s people of how the Lord had saved them from their miserable bondage. In love, he had chosen them, graced them, not judged them, redeemed them, protected them, and escorted them to his sacred mountain. There, in love, … More It’s Time to Walk, Work, and War
Why do you want more than what you have? Why do you pray for God’s increased abundance in your life? What will you actually do if the “One who makes men rich” showers additional blessings upon you? Perhaps the best question is, what are you already doing with that which you’ve already received? Friends, listen’t … More Why do you pray for God’s increased blessing?
Could our lives be described as vain? A working definition of vain is that which is worthless or futile. Peanut shells seem to be vain. Without the nut in the middle, of what use are they to mankind? They deserve to be broken, thrown on the floor of a Logan’s Steak House, trampled upon for a bit, until they … More I Will Not Be Vain!