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
The story of David and Goliath is one of the most well known stories in ancient Scripture. From this historical story, some preach a sermon on the topic of blasphemy. Day after day, twice a day, Goliath toyed with and taunted the Lord and his people. Ultimately one sees that he who stands and defiantly mocks the … More Jesus: The Ultimate Warrior
As one makes progress through the book of Joshua, one finds a large amount of tedious, historical information. It is all inspired revelation, but it can be about as enjoyable as going to the Public Records Office and reading through the legal briefs. However, within these sacred real estate transactions, one finds Joshua making an interesting … More How Long Will We Procrastinate?