Many things seem to have risen up to block us. What we have to face is scary. It shakes us right down to our sandals. We see the ultimate intention of the enemies work. If we pass on Goliath, he will remain, and the Father's plan becomes vulnerable. Sooner or later, he must be faced. "Then Goliath, … Continue reading Bringing Down Goliath
Stuck in the wonderful convolutions of scripture we can start a great study of Leah and her sister Rachel. These two daughters of Laban have become Jacob's wives. Now, we may question this polygamy when all we know is monogamy. These kind of decisions may be criticized and even outright challenged, but we will change … Continue reading Notice Leah’s Eyes, [Handicaps]
God has always wanted to lead His people. I think that He is almost catatonic with joy when we allow Him to do this. Throughout the ages, and all through Israel's history, we see Him reaching out to people, who are stubborn and selfish in their choices. But He reaches out to them anyway. … Continue reading So You Wanna Go Back to Egypt?
"Afterward Jesus returned to Jerusalem for one of the Jewish holy days. 2 Inside the city, near the Sheep Gate, was the pool of Bethesda, with five covered porches. 3 Crowds of sick people—blind, lame, or paralyzed—lay on the porches.5 One of the men lying there had been sick for thirty-eight years. 6 When Jesus saw him and knew he … Continue reading Bethesda, 31 A.D.