Category Archives: Devotional Thoughts
“How Far Is It To Bethlehem,” in light of a couple’s infertility.
Charles Spurgeon’s warning lands hard on my heart. What if my Bibles could talk?
No one likes to think they are a hypocrite. That’s why we imagine the worst displays of hypocrisy and then declare ourselves innocent.
The Minor Prophets who have “wrecked” me by their powerful portrait of grace.
In every age, the Church must resist the world’s strategies of isolation, indoctrination, assimilation, and confusion.
On turning 35, and why I ask the Lord to establish the work of my hands.
2 very different ways of thinking about your day.
Thinking too little of God sometimes leads you to think too little of yourself.
“Let me kiss it and make it better.” A clue to the story of our world.
The fuel of joy is gratitude, and the fuel of gratitude is wonder. But wonder gets stifled by entitlement, and gratitude disappears when wonder dies.