God’s temple, a special and holy place, was erected in silence, and it’s a silence which speaks loudly. For he is still speaking in holy silence today…
Because possessions should be useful tools not our source of happiness. And because they can never supply lasting satisfaction.
God takes us down the long hard road because he’s preparing our heart for all that lies ahead.
How can we learn to control our tongue and use it as a communication tool of edification?
Christ comes to us in the midst of life’s storms because he’s teaching us to look beyond the wind and the waves and trust him.
A lesson on how to rejoice always from Psalm 100. Because true joy is based not on circumstances – but on who the Lord is.
Moriah, which means chosen by God, was where God had his temple built, for it was a place special and holy to him. It was also where he sent King David to make sacrifice after his sin of taking census (1 Chronicles 21). Such a little thing, counting the people. But it showed his reliance on militaryContinue reading “Lessons on Surrender from Mount Moriah”
“Who needs the church?” As pastors we heard that question often, albeit in various forms. And people had many reasons for quitting the church; a trend that seems to have grown during lockdowns. Even now as lockdowns are easing, I’ve read articles declaring in-person meetings unneccessary.
When my mom and a friend visited some years ago, I played tour guide around Italy. Rome, Venice, and the usual tourist areas. And they loved it all. But we have friends all over, so we also traipsed the smaller towns and villages. And staying in people’s homes, they saw The Real Italy!