During this season of my life, I’ve been on and off again when it comes to healthy eating and exercise. And this shows outwardly. Why should I hide it?
We found Brooke in her hospital room, crying, because she couldn’t be with baby Sam, so we found a wheelchair and brought her to where they were keeping Sam, and demanded that they let her enter.
Jung said, “History is not found in thick books, but lives in our very blood.” Does this imply that there’s a global immune system of the human collective?
Explore the evolution of the word “Christian,” from Torah-loving claims of pagan origins to traditional etymology to modern politicized fundamentalist use.
Regeneration is something God does (not something we do), and this is something He eventually does for everyone. But what about believing?
One Two-Minute Tuesday was enough for me. I’m ditching it for a new Tuesday theme: Tethered Tuesday. I’ll share 5 links with a brief explanation of each.
In light of the special theory of relativity, should we understand phótizó differently? Is the question “Where do you go when you die?” now meaningless?
What does “born again” mean? Is it something you do or something that happens to you? Examine the phrase here.
Blog experts say it’s better to limit your word count, but blog experts define success differently than I do. To me, a successful blog (assuming it isn’t blog that’s supposed to generate income) is one that consistently engages a community interested in a specific topic or genre. Anyhow, life has backed this blogger into a corner, and I need to take the advice of blog experts for while. So, here’s what to expect…
God’s parade of triumph is not lead by a general wearing a “crown of laurel and the all-purple, gold-embroidered triumphal toga picta, regalia that identified him as near-divine or near-kingly,” it is lead by Jesus, wearing a crown of thorns and a purple robe drenched in His own blood and the spit of His tormentors, who said “Save yourself if you are the Son of God” and “If you are the King of the Jews, save yourself.” God’s parade of triumph is not lead by a celebrated general riding “in a four-horse chariot through the streets of Rome,” it is lead by the Messiah, rejected by His own people, dragging the heavy instrument of His death, along the Via Dolorosa.