Weekend Musing The Week after the election I did a message on the book of Habakkuk. In the second service, I did a mini message on “Habakkuk’s First Woe” (Hab. 2:6-8) that I wish I had included in the first service. The following week, during our Thursday recording of the message, I asked our team … More Getting Something for Nothing and What God’s Word Says (Video)
Friday is for Heart Songs As a history major with an emphasis on Ancient Rome and Greece at the University of Maryland, I had the privilege of studying under Dr. Wilhelmina Jashemski, noted archaeologist of Pompeii. I still remember the day that she arrived at class on crutches after having slipped on some ice the … More When Will Judgment Fall on America?
I am in class all day working on my last class for the Doctor of Ministry degree so I have little time to post. For such a day, I reserved this little gem from Kairos Journal. Enjoy and remember, Jesus comes again, to judge the living and the dead, not by externals but by this … More Rich and Poor: Serving Both Worlds with Boldness
Friday is for Heart Songs “During this interval David was free to enjoy to the full that which he had acquired through his wrongdoing. The one obstacle which lay in the way of the free indulgence of his passion was removed; Bathsheba was now his. Apparently, the king, in his palace, was secure and immune. … More The “Severe Mercy” of God’s Judgment