Although written by 40 authors over a period of 1500 years, the Old and New Testaments read as one book. The author of Hebrews sums it up beautifully.
“All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned – every one – to his own way; and the LORD has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.” Isaiah 53:6 How many times have I “turned to my own way?” So many times a day it is hard to count! Why do I continuallyContinue reading “A Reflection by Forsyth White”
Oh how many things in life do I wish I could do once and just be finished forever! The list is endless but it definitely includes taxes and laundry.
The disciples said “…’Were not our hearts burning within us while He was speaking to us on the road, while He was explaining the Scriptures to us?’” Luke 24:32 (NASB)
We’ve all heard the phrase “hindsight is 20/20”. As a voice for God, the prophet Isaiah (often referred to as the greatest prophet of all time) tells us in chapter 53 of the coming of a servant of God and a Savior for all who believe.
Are you tempted to live in the past? Do you need permission to let go of a heartache, transgression, or just a silly mistake? You not only have permission to forget but are commanded to look forward!
One of the many remarkable things to me about Jesus was His ability to keep silent during His trial before His crucifixion. The injustice and misunderstanding of it all would have been some of the worst kind of torture imaginable for me.
Some see God as One who demands a standard of perfection that none of us can ever attain. He actually does demand perfection, but that is only half the story.
It seems that at times when I need prayer the most, I don’t even know what to say. I’m not sure if everyone feels this way or if it is just part of my personality makeup. If you know me well at all, we have probably had at least one conversation about Myers Briggs personalityContinue reading “I Don’t Know What to Pray”
To receive God’s gift of salvation, you have to admit you need it. The problem is that many of us don’t want to admit we have a sin problem. Not to ourselves. Not to anyone else. Have you seen that old commercial by LifeLock? The “dentist” tells his patient that he has one of the worseContinue reading “Well, You Have to Admit”