Christ

Matthew -

Matthew 12:8 | Sabbath or Sunday

There are moral laws that are true for all people in all places at all times. To give an example of these moral laws I like bring up the Ten Commandments. They provide a framework on how we interact with God and […]

Judges

Judges 18:4 | God the Afterthought

God is all or nothing. There is no second place for him. Your success in life might just be a red flag indicating that he has stopped intervening in your life. It is a paradox, there are many with God, that all […]

Genesis

Genesis 11:4 | Tower of Babel is How High?

How tall was the Tower of Babel? We will never know because God shut it down. The real question is why did God not let them build the tower as high as they wanted. The Tower of Babel was about power. And […]

Genesis

Genesis 1:1 | Beginning with Purpose

The start of something is beautiful and there are usually only a few that are involved or even notice. Birth of a child. Start of a business. A new relationship. So it was at the beginning of physical reality. God acted bringing […]

2 Corinthians

2 Corinthians 5:8 | Why God?

One objection to God that has gathered my attention lately is the question why would God allow suffering and death. Why the loss of a child? Why death from covid? How could God do such a thing especially when one sees the […]

2 Corinthians

2 Corinthians 4:3 | The Veiled Light

As Christians it is our primary duty to share the gospel of Jesus with family, friends, community, and the world. Additionally sharing is required because the gospel is veiled to those who are perishing. Jesus promised the disciples, and modern Christians by […]

Titus

Titus 3:9 | Christ > Race

What if you were related to a King from a faraway country or maybe your family happened to be related to someone even more awesome like Lebron James who is the King of basketball? Ancestry and relations that hold great, famous, and […]

Romans

Romans 12:10 | How to Outdo Everyone

“Hold my beer…” is a joke that is usually followed by someone doing something terribly stupid. Alcohol does impair judgment and matched with the nature of people wanting to one up someone else leaves us with a result that is going to […]

Romans

Romans 7:1 | When in Rome

There is an idiom “when in Rome” that means when you visit or travel to a location that you should try, adopt, or live with the norms of that society. This idea applies to the laws of this world as well. God’s […]