It's a good thing for a church to have water. It's necessary to have the Living Water.
A reminder of the most important spiritual application I can ever write.
I don't have one of those testimonies that keeps people on the edge of their seat. But that doesn't it mean it can't be as powerful as the testimony of one saved from a life of debauchery.
One who is full loathes honey, but to one who is hungry everything bitter is sweet. (Proverbs 27:7) That was me that day long ago. I was far from starving to death and certainly not about to waste away from malnourishment, but I was hungry. I'd been shopping in one of the largest malls in … Continue reading Sushi Salvation
We're a month into this new year of 2014. The old man is out and the new baby is in. I was thinking about salvation and how new spiritual life is like a new baby. So often we're told that salvation is more than just getting saved from hell. Salvation allows us to have a … Continue reading Baby New Year
Last Sunday was known in the American English speaking world as "Super Sunday" the day of the "Big Game." For those that don't pay attention to sports, I am talking about the Super Bowl. For over half the game, the Baltimore Ravens were outplaying the San Francisco 49ers. Now, I am a staunch Pittsburgh Steelers … Continue reading Light’s Out!
Last week, in the throws of an anthropomorphic fit, I gave personalities to the months of the year. January: cold-hearted February: schizophrenic March: bipolar April: melancholy That's as far as I got for now, but I'll finish the rest of them as the year goes on. Anyway, it got me to thinking about spring. After … Continue reading Seasonal Thoughts Part 1