A Clear Case of Forgiveness

When they could not pay, he cancelled the debt of both. Now which of them will love him more?” Luke 7:42, ESV  We are all in debt.  Some owe $10,000.  Others owe $500,000.  But we are all in debt.  And believe me, things are pretty grim.  Many lament our huge national debt, they have figuredContinue reading “A Clear Case of Forgiveness”

Upgrading to Joy

by Julie Anne Fidler, BB Weekly Contributor I don’t know about you, but when I’m feeling ill – particularly with depression – I don’t want to do anything. Getting out of bed is a chore, tackling business or housework is excruciating, and when it’s all over we are twice as exhausted as we were whenContinue reading “Upgrading to Joy”

Julie–From the Heart

by Julie Anne Fidler, Contributor to BB I accepted Christ as my Savior the day before my thirteenth birthday on May 4, 1992. Some people get saved and don’t feel any different than they did in the moments before they said the ‘Sinner’s Prayer‘, but I sensed that my decision was a huge one. IContinue reading “Julie–From the Heart”

A Gospel That Just May Confuse Us

  My people have been lost sheep.       Their shepherds have led them astray       and turned them loose in the mountains.    They have lost their way       and can’t remember how to get back to the sheepfold.                                                                                                                                         Jer. 50:6   Christians who wander away, or led away away, is a frequent issue with the Lord.  It’sContinue reading “A Gospel That Just May Confuse Us”