The God who never tries


I often hear people say things like, “God is trying to tell you something!” It sounds right, but it is not. God never tries. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines the verb “try” in the following three ways: to make an effort to do something : to attempt to accomplish or complete something to do or use Continue Reading

Two Ways To Freedom, Part V


Everyone wants to be free! And in our previous lessons we learned that there are potentially two ways to get there. Last time we explored the first way: rebellion. Theoretically, if we can remove all of the boundaries and rules, we should be free, right? But here’s the thing… some boundaries can’t be removed, and Continue Reading

Saturday Psalm: He Giveth More Grace


I heard this hymn after a very long time a couple of weeks ago and have been thinking about the reality of its lyrics ever since. We all know people who even today are going through an unexpected tragedy or have been called to bear a heavy load. How comforting to know that He giveth Continue Reading

Postpourri: Three popular posts


We admit it. We’ve all been pretty busy lately, so we haven’t posted anything new for over a week! But that shouldn’t stop you from catching up on some of our popular posts from the past few months. So, for your reading enjoyment, we’ve selected 3 popular posts. In Thinking about God: His relation to time – does Continue Reading

Encouragement. Pass it On.


If you have driven down I-95 recently or paid attention during commercial breaks on TV, you have likely seen an advertisement from the group at One of the values they highlight is encouragement, and the message they are trying to get across is: “Encouragement. Pass it On”. This message is actually very Biblical when Continue Reading

Thinking about God: His relation to time – does it matter what we think?


Please allow me to wax philosophical for a few moments. When you think of God, how do you think of Him? For example, if I asked you “how long has God existed,” what would you say? Perhaps you would say, “Forever, because God has always existed.” I might ask that you clarify your answer, and Continue Reading

Two Ways To Freedom, Part IV


Here’s the problem: We want to be free, but we’re not. Jesus even died so we could be free (Galatians 5:1), but we’re still not free! What’s up with that? In our last lesson we learned that the first way to freedom, rebellion, isn’t an option because there is no way we can really rebel Continue Reading

Saturday Psalm: How Great Thou Art!


How often do we really stop to think about how great God really is? Just a few moments thinking about His wonderful creation should fill us will awe and wonder as we consider who He MUST be to have created all of this and to be sustaining all of this with the word of His Continue Reading

Two Ways To Freedom, Part III


Do you want to be free? I mean really free! That is, to be able to do whatever you want, whenever you want, however you want, without ever having to fear reprisal for your actions. Of course you do. And in our last Wednesday Wisdom post, we discovered that God wants us to be free, Continue Reading

Postpourri 2: Five more popular posts


For your reading enjoyment, we’ve selected 5 more of our most popular posts. You can also check out our first installment of Postpourri by clicking here. God’s Poem: A Thought for Tax Day - Roby shares some thoughts on being made in the image of God What’s In Your Gospel? - Randy considers what is the true gospel Which Continue Reading