Keep the Whole Book in Mind When Interpreting a Bible Passage

Through the resources of great Bible teachers and scholars, I have developed a greater appreciation for the importance of context when interpreting any passage of Scripture. Here is a good example from Knowable Word………………

God Has Not Forgotten You In Your Time of Great Sorrow — Counseling One Another

Hopefully, these words from Christian counselor Paul Tautges will provide comfort for someone who is dealing with loss……………….

The pain of loss can lead you to feel alone, even forgotten. The lack of answers to your Why questions and the drying up of the stream of encouraging phone calls, or mail can add to this solitary feeling. There also may be a lack of a sense of what our society calls closure; that…

God Has Not Forgotten You In Your Time of Great Sorrow — Counseling One Another

Psalm 13: Waiting on God! — Discipleship for Hearts and Minds

This article uses Psalm 13 to discuss the fact that God’s timing and ours rarely coincide, but that it is always better to wait on the Lord……………………..

How long, Lord? Will You forget me forever? How long will You hide Your face from me? 2 How long am I to feel anxious in my soul, With grief in my heart all the day? How long will my enemy be exalted over me? 3 Consider and answer me, O Lord my God; Enlighten my eyes, or I will sleep the sleep of death, 4 And my enemy […]

Psalm 13: Waiting on God! — Discipleship for Hearts and Minds

A Different Perspective on Pain and Suffering

In recent decades, people have expressed their difficulty in believing in God because of the presence of pain and suffering in the world. What is interesting is that these modern views are felt in the midst of some of the greatest wealth and material comfort that the world has ever known. Believers in the past did not have such struggles with suffering, perhaps because they recognized the sovereignty of God. Read more about this in this article from the Christian Post………………….