God calls us to do justly and love mercy and walk humbly with God. How we are to do that is poignantly portrayed in Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). This vivid parable is second in importance only to the Parable of the Prodigal Son in the hearts of Christians across the centuries.
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'GOD TALK' deals with central questions about God and religious truth. Examples: Who is God? Can God be proven? What is the Bible really about? Who is Jesus and what exactly is salvation? The answers to these and other questions may surprise you.
Sometimes you have to persevere because there is nothing else you can do. When you are down to pretty much nothing but God, it is and must be God to whom you turn daily, hourly, constantly. These are among life’s most difficult times, when you are “up against it,” as it were, and you realize […]
Jesus taught in parables. Parables are metaphors, similes, and stories which are comparative in nature. The word “parable” literally means to “lay something alongside of something else,” for the sake of comparing the one with the other, like Shakespeare’s poem, “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?”. The point of the comparison is to […]
Giving thanks to God is an important directive of the Scriptures, to say nothing of its importance to the health of our hearts, bodies and souls. Giving thanks, even if you don’t feel it can help you to feel better later. Giving thanks brings you into the present. The greater your gratitude, the fuller and […]
To believe or not to believe, that is a vexing question for so many today. Is there a God? If so, how can we know or experience that God? If so, what kind of God is there? Which has to come first, faith or knowledge? Possibly for the majority of “modern” persons, raised on science […]
I cannot imagine my life without any desire, a “desire-free” life. You could look back over your whole life and ask yourself, “What have been my greatest desires?” And follow that with, “And how did I do with fulfilling them?” If we were defined by our desires, not just now, but throughout our personal histories, […]