Reading Your Bible Profitably – Part 2

Yesterday I laid out the Bible reading plan that I use to get truly Christian edification out of my Bible study. Today I want to go through a case study of using my proposed plan. Profitable Bible Reading Case Study: I have been reading through 1 Samuel following the...
Reading Your Bible Profitably

Reading Your Bible Profitably

There is an abundance of Bible study books at your local Christian book store, and you’ve probably read a few. That doesn’t mean you (or I) are pleased with the profitability of our Bible reading though. I know the advice of many seasoned Christians or...
Great Faith and Great Obedience

Great Faith and Great Obedience

It is hard not to be inspired by Spuregon’s sermons. In seminary, he was the prime example of preaching great sermons from the wrong texts. That meant that he did less exegesis than synthesis, and since Charles Spurgeon was one of the worlds most avid readers...

SOPA and religious websites like this one

I’m not really sure how many viewers of this site will be aware that today is a “blackout” day to protest S.O.P.A (Stop Online Piracy Act) a bill that congress is trying to pass. But I did reflect on its relevance for religious websites, and...
Prayer: power or privilege

Prayer: power or privilege

God’s will is something we can know exists – but not something we can peer into (Unless God reveals… ). Prayer is our communication with God and it must include our desires weather good or bad, right or wrong. God does not hope that we will pray...