For those of you who are keen of eye and sharp of mind, you may have noticed the title of this article is the same as Dan’s last week. That’s no typo. Dan discussed the Spirit and the preaching of the Gospel.
A group of people have a similar experience in a short amount of time and someone may say, “Must be something in the air”. The belief is not real, but seems to explain the events when a logical explanation is not evident. The seemingly strange thing is that a lot of people will agree with such a statement and just dismiss the events as something that happens.
The God of heaven has revealed His will for mankind, the pinnacle of His creation, recorded in the Bible for all time. The word of God is living and active, and will endure forever. (see Hebrews 4:12; 1 Peter 1:25) Since this is true, then mankind has no reason or excuse not to know or understand what God would have them do to be pleasing to Him.
This week we are blessed to have B. J. Clarke for our Gospel Meeting. The theme for the week is “What A Day!” During the week Brother Clarke will cover the days of creation, Noah, the exodus, the day of the cross, Pentecost, and judgment. I hope you are looking forward to these lessons as I am!
Sometimes you just need to get away. Today as you read this article, my family and I are on a road trip through the American Southwest. Hopefully this morning will find us worshiping with the Leonhardts in Scottsdale, AZ, and headed to the Grand Canyon tomorrow. This year the children get a week off for Spring Break and we are taking advantage of it!
There are lots of different ways to describe the mental state of someone. One of them is to say that a person has “lost it” or to say “you have lost your marbles”. Many times this is said in jest or in a joking manner.
There are many accounts in the Bible that are interesting. Perhaps, one of the more interesting is the one about the various plagues that God sends upon the Egyptians as their Pharaoh refuses to allow the children of Israel to be released.
“Read your Bible and pray everyday and you’ll grow, grow, grow!” These are the words to a song we often sing to our children at VBS and other events. They are still true but not that popular in today’s political climate.
Sometimes things don’t work out the way you plan. “Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content” (Phil 4:11). Paul got it right. sometimes we have to learn to be content, regardless of our circumstances.
Word games, board games, tag, tennis, softball, football, these and more are all games this writer grew up playing. Along with a host of other types of games, checkers, chess, and a domino game called 42 or Texas 42, as it was originally created in that state.