The dictionary definition of detour is "a deviation from a direct course or the usual procedure; especially : a roundabout way temporarily replacing part of a route." When you look back on your life does this sound familiar? It does for me, and to be honest I feel as though I am in the midst … Continue reading Book Review: Detours by Tony Evans
In chapter three of Hebrews the pastor is exhorting the congregation to stand firm and to grow in the gospel. In chapter four he shifts and discusses the promise of rest to the people of God . Throughout scripture we read of "rest" and is closely associated with the rest that God took on the … Continue reading Hebrews and Eternal Rest
The Garden of God's Word by Fran Rogers is the second in a series of books about the magnitude of God. The following quotation in the introduction got my attention and set the tone, "If the Holy Bible is not true, then it is a lie, and effective to only deceive those who read it. … Continue reading Book Review: The Garden of God’s Word
The situation that the recipients of the letter to the Hebrews found themselves in was dire. They were starting to question if Christianity was really correct. They were becoming discouraged in their commitment. George Guthrie writes, "We see reflected in Hebrews a community of believers who were struggling against spiritual lethargy, which, if not addressed, could … Continue reading Epistle to the Hebrews and What We Can Learn
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As I have studied the Bible over the years I have written notes in various places. I have written them in the margins, table of contents, a scratch piece of paper, and even a napkin. When we read scripture, it is inevitable that the Lord will open our eyes to something we never contemplated before. … Continue reading Book Review: Holman NKJV Notetaking Bible
#FEARLESS365 is a yearlong study of God’s commandment to us to live without fear. For 365 days, we will focus on one scripture and volunteers from all over the world will share their personal thoughts and what God has shared with them on the specific verse. For more info… go here.
the meek and humble.
The remnant of Israel
will trust in the name of the Lord.
They will do no wrong;
they will tell no lies.
A deceitful tongue
will not be found in their mouths.
They will eat and lie down
and no one will make them afraid.
The first job I ever held was that of a Chaplain Assistant in the United Stated Army. My first duty station was in Hunter Army Airfield, Ga. The chaplain I worked for was a…
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In chapter three of the letter to the Hebrews the pastor tells his listeners that Jesus is superior to Moses. This is significant in many respects, and the pastor does this to remind them of their new faith and responsibility to the gospel. In doing this the pastor uses his great Old Testament knowledge and … Continue reading Hebrews 3: Superiority of Christ