I have set before you life and death. Choose life, then
Bible questions still pop up regularly in quiz shows and they often cost otherwise sharp players much needed points.
I’m ready for a question asking for the two names for the last book of the Bible. The book often known as Apocalypse is perhaps more often referred to as the Book of Revelation.
It’s common (thanks to movies) to think of an apocalypse as a devastating and unwelcome time of destruction.
I am now going to open your graves; I mean to raise you from your graves, my people … and you will live.
Our greatest human desire is not to be free of suffering and pain, but to live whatever reality is present in the great company…
I have often quoted the High School principal who when asked to name the specific reason for the existence of her school responded: “We exist to prepare our students for death.”
One news report says that she lives in “isolation” but she would never say that of herself. As these brief clips below show the heart of her life was relationship with God and therefore she was never alone
Somewhere we picked up the false idea that highs mean happy and lows mean sad.
There are many different kinds of food and I don't just mean the stuff we put into our mouths. A few years ago a number of chicken soup books were published offering...
This week the End of Life Choice bill has been debated in the New Zealand parliament resulting in the decision to send the bill to Select Committee and consult citizens...
A few months ago I was speaking to a young person who said he hoped to know his plans for next year by the middle of this year. Since then a number of other people have...
The two sons represent two immature ways of relating to God: rebellion and childish obedience.
The crooked lines of our lives, when lived and walked and breathed in God, leads to the freedom of which we dream.
We can easily fool ourselves, justifying our misleading motivations and numbing our senses to the signs given by God
In our more reflective moments we suspect that it is Jesus himself whom we are actively crucifying.
At any hour of the day or night Jesus is inviting you: “Come now, let us talk this over.”