It is a spring afternoon in Jerusalem, and at the temple is a hurting brother. He is a man who has been born lame, and this is nothing new. He has suffered in this condition for more than 40 years. On this day, what is he doing at the House of Prayer? He is not … More Worship, Evangelism, and Leaping
The compromises of the father often leads to the corruption of the son. Such is true in 2 Chronicles 20-21. Jehoshaphat is a fairly faithful ruler. He walks not after the model of the idolatrous northern kings, but according to the ways David and Asa. He is a king after God’s heart and is commended as such. However, sadly, he ends his … More You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone … Are Your Sure?