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True joy isn’t found in living for our own glory, but for God’s. Those who struggle to find joy in glorifying God must understand that the gospel has a U-shape.
These are tumultuous times. COVID-19, racial injustice, riots, an economic downturn, and a massive explosion in Beirut has left many feeling fearful, hopeless or numb. Similarly, Isaiah and the Israelites would have also felt fearful, hopeless and perhaps numb toward the beginning of Isaiah’s ministry. Before Isaiah’s ministry began Jerusalem was in dire straits. AssyriaContinue reading “Why Isaiah’s Vision is What We Need in Challenging Times”
A person can trivialize almost any sin by making it a joke. So observed C. S. Lewis. That’s tragic because God created humor and laughter. We feel his goodness when we laugh. Yet as with every good thing God made, we have perverted it with sin. How should Christians think about humor? One of myContinue reading “Comedy to the Glory of God”
“Who am I to judge?” “If that makes them happy who am I to say it’s wrong?” “Let me live my life.” “Don’t judge.” This is our cultures attitude toward judging of any kind. Telling others they are in the wrong is simply out of the question. It limits our self-expression. Let’s look at someContinue reading “Is It Ever Okay to Judge Others?”
About a year ago I was driving through a neighborhood admiring the beautiful homes and thinking about our apartment. A longing crept up in me to have one of the homes I was seeing. One of the benefits of reading and memorizing the Bible is it gives God a vocabulary to speak into your life.Continue reading “The Ultimate Dream Home”
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