“But he knoweth the way that I take: when he hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold” (Job 23:10). “Use your common sense, what rings true, what rings false.”—Martha Gamble Kavanaugh There are many parallels between the Biblical story of Job, and the tragic ordeal of 53 year old conservative, Judge Brett Kavanaugh,… Continue reading Dear Judge Kavanaugh, You are Not Alone!
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson liked to tell the story associated with George Cutting, a man who is best known for the fact that he is the author of a little pamphlet, "Safety, Certainty, and Enjoyment." Mr. Cutting was just a simple Christian man who went around preaching the gospel. He was also a business man.… Continue reading Shout Out the Gospel
The Foolishness of the Galatians AN EXPOSITION OF GALATIANS 3:1-2 The First Question Who Has Bewitched You? A useful form of teaching is to ask a question. When properly used, a question can be very effective as it provokes insight, demands discernment, and invites a comment. When used improperly a question can be harmful and… Continue reading Christians Who Are Bewitched
The YAHOO headline for September 12, 2018 read: “Brett Kavanaugh wants to do away with legal abortion. He told us so.” Yahoo News, Alexander Nazaryan. Along with many other life loving, and God fearing, Americans, I hope Alexander Nazaryan is correct. I earnestly pray that once Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed as an Associate Supreme… Continue reading What Would Happen if Roe v Wade were Overturned?
On April 21, 1961 President John F. Kennedy appeared at a news conference to explain the failure of the US led invasion of Cuba by a resistance force against Fidel Castro at the Bay of Pigs. In his opening remarks President Kennedy noted that “Victory has a hundred fathers, and defeat is an orphan.” In… Continue reading President Obama, Smug Modern Scientists, and Arminians all Have This in Common
AN EXPOSITION OF GALATIANS 2:11-16 11 But when Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed. There is a tendency to romanticize the past. Those who have reached any age of maturity tend to remember the past as the “good ole days,” and contrast them… Continue reading The Day St. Peter Stopped Loving Others
If I Were the Man I Would Like to Be… I would have the mind of the apostle Paul, who was able to understand all the great mysteries of God. I would have the ears of Noah, who heard the voice of God telling him to build an ark, and did so by faith. I… Continue reading The Man I Would Like to Be