Well, I haven’t really blogged much since I’ve been giving much of time lately to reading and shepherding. Still, I thought I’d do a few blogs on things I’m learning and some simple take aways. THINGS I’M READING FOR SCHOOL: Currently, I am attempting to wrap up my Th.M studies at The Master’s Seminary. Part … More Things I’m Reading for School (May 2019)
13 Come now, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go to such and such a city, and spend a year there and engage in business and make a profit.” 14 Yet you do not know what your life will be like tomorrow. You are just a vapor that appears for a little while … More Think about Death More Often
“See the excellence of grace. It perseveres. Other things are but for a season; health and riches are sweet, but they are but for a season; but grace is the blossom of eternity. The seed of God remains. 1 John 3:9. Grace may suffer an eclipse, not a dissolution. It is called substance, for its … More Grace Is Better Than Riches (Watson Weds)
I recently worked on an Ephesians 6:10-17 and the subject of the Armor of God and Spiritual Warfare. It caused me to meditate on the different dynamics of spiritual warfare and the devices Satan uses to deceive and attack believers. I’ve read and heard that some Christians think Satan is able to “implant thoughts” into … More Can Satan Invade Your Mind?
During this season, I tend to page through Jim Boice’s book “The Christ of Christmas” (Linked below) for some annual Christmas reading. One chapter has to do with the historicity of the virgin birth and its relevance to the uniqueness of who Christ is. As we endeavor to keep a Christ-centered Christmas, here is an … More How Unique is the Christ of Christmas?