As I write these words I’m with my son, Paul, in Washington, D.C. From the roof-top of his fourteen story apartment building, we’ve got a clear view of the Washington Monument. Tonight we’ll watch the firework display. I look forward to the eye-candy of sparkling confetti that will illumine the sky and monument below.
It’s amazing how God arranged Jesus’ schedule so he could fulfill his mission, “To seek and save the Lost” (Luke 19:10). Equally amazing is that he’ll do the same for us if we’ll keep our eyes and ears open and our heart alert.
Sometimes people get upset when they realize that Jesus taught that he is the only way to God. They insist that such a narrow and exclusive message must be wrong. Of course, their conclusion is based on the assumption that anything that’s narrow must be wrong. Today we’re taught the value of tolerance. And we […]
Several years ago I loaned my heavy duty top-of- the-line foosball table to a friend. I had tired of the game and my friend wanted the table, so I let him keep it with the assurance he’d return it when asked.
I’ve been reading through the Bible and realize anew why so many people think God is as unapproachable as King Kong. Just check out the story of Moses and the terrified Israelites at Mt. Sinai when God revealed himself with, “thunder and lightning flashes, and a thick cloud upon the mountain and a very loud […]