My internet pal Scotte has cancer and it’s not going as well as he hoped. He was reading Matthew 8 about the disciples being freaked because they were perishing. They were freaked during the crisis and equally freaked when Jesus calmed their crisis.
Freaking out is a fine source of entertainment, but is that what we’re here to do? Is that what faith is about? I have no idea. But here are Scotte’s thoughts on the subject.
Eric Jones has two good posts on whether or not spouses should be our all-in-all.
Brief answer: no.
Long answer, click here and here.
On July 24, VOM’s Web site was deliberately attacked forcing us to take the site offline temporarily. Our network engineers say the attack originated outside the United States. We have to believe the intent was to silence the online voice of the persecuted church.
If you have been any kind of regular church attender for awhile, you have no doubt been part of a church argument. They happen. Most of us would rather prefer them not to happen.
Can’t we all just get along?
Nope, we’re gonna disagree and a verse in the Bible tells us that this is OK, it might even be helpful.
Got four minutes?
Most of us struggle to stop sinning, but there is a segment of Christianity that struggles to sin. I encourage them to give it a try. It may just save their soul.
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I told you before that making resolutions can destroy your faith. Does this mean we should never resolve to knock off a sin or do something good?
Nope! Four minutes of your life will help you better understand resolutions.
Christians are usually trying to defeat one sin or behavior at any given time. We resolve to end it now, yet it never seems to work.
Resolutions are not your friend, they are a tool of Satan to get you to rely on yourself, causing your faith to falter and maybe even wander away.
Only two things can happen when you resolve to destroy sin and both can end up destroying your faith.
Got six minutes?