“What is your life?” asks James, the Lord’s brother. He then gives his own answer, as one inspired of God to do so: “It is even as a vapor that appeareth for a little time and then vanisheth away” (4:14).
Life is time. Time is life. Nobody knows just how much of it he has.
“What is my life?” That is the question. And it’s a question ever man must answer for himself, for…
Sun, Moon, Stars, Plants… Solomon once observed that there is nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9). Men frequently like to think that their generation is different from those which came before, their life experiences unique, and their understanding wiser, … Read More →
What About Sickness, Death, & Suffering? Sin, sickness, death and suffering were never a part of God’s desire for His human creation. In the beginning, He created a beautiful garden that was completely free from all of those horrific evils. … Read More →
LOS PREDICADORES TAMBIEN SE DESANIMAN A nadie le gusta estar triste. Realmente hay muchas razones por las que uno se puede desanimar y sentirse solo sin ganas de continuar. Para los cristianos es mucho más difícil. Uno no puede solamente … Read More →
Roland Mohsen, who labors in Paris, France, recently mentioned an interesting fact. He writes: “What came out on the news is the fact that the population of France is 67+ million people, but there are 84 million who have a social security card. That means that 17 million should not have any coverage, but they […]
Brethren often emphasize the importance of the way we ought to present the Word of God—that we should speak the truth in love, which is a valid concern. But let’s invert that principle for the moment and speak about the way we should all receive Truth. First of all, when Solomon wrote, “Buy the truth, […]
Major Issues The Christian family in America, (and I suspect abroad), has major issues! I do not say this in a judgmental way, but rather to point out something that I have observed. When I started preaching, I knew there … Read More →
Broken Hearts Like Jeremiah In the five lamentations of Jeremiah one is struck with how personally the prophet takes the punishment of Judah and Jerusalem. They have been removed due to their sin, sin which Jeremiah pleaded with them to … Read More →