Monthly archive for ‘ September, 2015 ’

A Redemption Story

30th September 2015 | 0 Comments

Life isn’t perfect…even the good isn’t the best. Even happy endings, don’t erase the trauma. But redemption promises something more. Something that starts in the imperfect of this world, but culminates in the perfect of eternity. Something that takes the horrible and the good, and works in it all for the best. Something that reminds […]

“Now My Eyes Have Seen You”

22nd September 2015 | 0 Comments

I just finished reading Job today. Again I am overwhelmed by the powerful picture of God’s sovereignty and His goodness in this story. I am also a little bit frightened. Why? Because Job was a God-fearing man If anyone had a right to defend himself against the accusations of his so-called friends it was Job. […]

An Elephant through the Ear of a Needle?

10th September 2015 | 0 Comments

I am blessed by a lifetime of saturation in God’s Word. My parents taught me the Scriptures from before I could walk and talk. And by God’s precious grace, through my adult life I have had many opportunities to sit under incredible Bible teaching. I have read through the Bible multiple times, and have myself […]