We often don’t think of temptation as a form of suffering, but the New Testament does support such an idea. God calls us to himself in salvation and then calls us to live a godly life while still possessing our sinful… Read More ›
Cure for a restless soul
Those of us who pastor churches know all too well that many in the flock are restless creatures. It’s really an oxymoron when you think about it; sheep who are busy, tired, and running around like crazy when in fact… Read More ›
Sweet thoughts regarding sheep
In an article I recently wrote, I came across this comment by Frederick W. Robertson regarding the relationship of shepherds and their sheep. It seems worth posting. Beneath the burning skies and the clear starry night of Palestine there grows up… Read More ›
Life: Better now or later?
Yesterday morning I began preaching through 1 John. I could not help note that in the first two verses John mentioned “life” three times. In v.1 he tells his readers that he was a personal witness having heard, seen, and… Read More ›