Archive for July, 2010
Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yea, we establish the law. – Romans 3:31 In Romans 4, we get a fantastic look at what it means to be justified by faith. Paul takes it all the way back to Abraham and, step by step, shows how it was Abraham’s faith, […]
“Justification by Faith”, a topic that has been one of the most challenging subjects to understand by few people, a one that has been a favorite topic for theologians to discuss, a one that remains to be a doctrinal area of research and analysis for few other intellectuals, and a topic for the rest of […]
I joined Greenpeace today. Let me back up. Lunch time found me traipsing down shady downtown streets with my co-worker in pursuit of a somewhat healthy lunch. The heat rose from the sidewalk and seemed to hover at waist height. We took our time, chatting about projects and upcoming vacations. In the near distance, I […]
“All have sinned and come short of the glory of God” – Romans 3:23 That’s right. All. That includes your pastor, your neighbor, Mother Theresa, Barack Obama, you and most definitely me. We have all sinned. It’s a tough pill to swallow and as we get closer to Christ our understanding of this will go […]
So here is the question I leave y’all with. How do you remain faithful with the unexpected twists in your life that currently don’t look or feel good?
When does the fear set in, when you are in control with money to spare in the bank or when God acts you to act out in faith and follow him with only $2.45?
Why is it so?
We are not slaves or servants but friends of God. We have been given an inside track as Christ says in John 15:15 to know what the Father is doing.
It was a 21st Century remix of the Alabaster Box scene from Mark 14 and I got front row seat tickets to this wonderful life lesson.
Tired, sweaty and in a hurry. Working on only two hours of sleep because we drove all night to get to Atlanta I was just trying to pick up tickets for the Heritage Singers 40th anniversary when I stumbled upon a familiar tune. The language I couldn’t determine, but I picked up my pace anyway […]
If I could sum it up succinctly I would say Generations and nations gathered together in fellowship Now I have to admit that brevity is not a virtue I possess so I will try and sum it up in short Grace Notes. The theme of the 59th General Conference Session is Proclaiming His Grace. Flavored. […]