In studying for my upcoming sermon on 1 Peter, I came across the following statement made by Scot McKnight: I am arguing that suffering, while it may not be as much a part of the everyday fabric of our lives as it was when Peter was writing, should probably be more a part of our … More Simmering or Boiling?
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?