I don’t know about you, but it seems I can be real spiritual until someone cuts me off in traffic. Then I can get angry. I know that’s none of you. So, excuse me for using myself as an example. I’m just trying to make this relatable. I’ve heard it said many times that anger … Continue reading Three Steps Toward Biblical Anger Management
When we are in a storm and getting swamped, we think God is asleep and unaware when really, He is only a prayer away.
When you and I go to God in prayer, we must take the time to let God show us who we really are so that we humble ourselves before Him as the publican did. Otherwise, we're just praying to ourselves.
When Jesus answered the disciples' question about who would be greatest in His kingdom, His answer probably surprised them all.
John tells us that the number of miracles Jesus did in his earthly ministry was so great that the world could not contain the books it would take to record them all (John 21:25). So, to give us a clear picture of Who our Savior is, the gospels are selective in the accounts they convey. … Continue reading The Gadarene Demoniac, a Picture of Hope
My middle daughter used to play for the university soccer team. In the four years she was there, her team won the national championship three times. (I like to say it was because of her, but actually it was a team effort.) That team loved their coach. I’ll call him “Coach C.” Coach C. demanded … Continue reading Two Kinds of Bosses
So, yesterday Jane and I were driving home on NC Route 88 when we saw something funny. As we came around a curve, we saw a huge black cow standing in its pasture, but with its head over the guardrail so it could eat from a tiny patch of grass along the side of the … Continue reading Straining over the guardrail when we’re standing in a pasture.