Or, why God knows better than you and keeps Leviticus in the Bible for a good reason. Advertisements
A Matthew Stover-esque take on Starkiller Base.
In a world where even the church can succumb to cults of personalities, to big egos, to rising stars, the Bible reminds us there is a place for quiet, loving faithfulness.
If the heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky proclaims his handiwork, then the Christian should be one who enjoys nature as a revelation of God and his character.
How the Trinity models an “other” focused life for us and empowers us to follow suit.
The most important thing about a new year is not what you have done, but about what God has done.
Jesus tells the parable of the servants and the minas for two reasons. First, the Jews expected the kingdom of God to appear immediately. Secondly, because he was nearing Jerusalem. What do either of these things have to do with his approach to Jerusalem? That this is how Luke transitions from the story of Zacchaeus… Continue reading Luke 19:11-17: Eschatological Minas
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