Deep down we all want to know, really know that God is good and kind and patient and loving and understanding. We want to believe that God is not angry and doesn't need to punish people and isn't waiting like a judge to send most of the human race into eternal conscious torment. At least most … Continue reading What not to say – rhetoric and romans
Our Jesus filter to see God
“Pick The Red One” again
In "Pick The Red One" I told you a story about spread sheets and cars and Jesus. Go take a look for yourself. After some comments from readers I want to revisit the story briefly. When Jesus said to pick the red one, there was not a red car on the spread sheet. There were … Continue reading “Pick The Red One” again
Pick The Red One
Years ago, back in my prodigal days, I had to buy a car. Our family was growing and my college Volkswagen Bug wasn’t cutting the mustard anymore. So I needed a new car. Like most everything I do (or did at that time) I started the research to determine what the best options were. I … Continue reading Pick The Red One
For which is easier?
Matt 9:1 And getting into a boat he crossed over and came to his own city. 2 And behold, some people brought to him a paralytic, lying on a bed. And when Jesus saw their faith, he said to the paralytic, “Take heart, my son; your sins are forgiven.” 3 And behold, some of the … Continue reading For which is easier?
Luke 13:11-13 AMP And there was a woman there who for eighteen years had had an infirmity caused by a spirit (a demon of sickness). She was bent completely forward and utterly unable to straighten herself up or to look upward. And when Jesus saw her, He called [her to Him] and said to her, Woman, … Continue reading Dusty Feet