For the month of August, I will be preaching at Eugene Vineyard Church every Sunday morning. We're holding the services outside, under a large, spreading elm tree. Here is the sermon from August 7.
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It’s been on my heart lately to address the topic of healing. Far too many of us Christians struggle with sicknesses, diseases, and maladies of all sorts and we need the touch of our Lord to make it right. The Bible, that book that contains the word of God where He reveals His heart to us, has a lot to say on that topic, and, for my own sake, I feel I need to once again get a good picture of how God views our earthly struggles with sickness and disease. So, I guess my purpose for this series is to settle some things, at least a little, in my own mind and heart. I’m interested in finding
Sorry that I took so long to get this post up. However, as promised, here is a PDF of the notes I have taken on Daniel Chapter 2. Those notes have been accumulating over several years. I'm sharing them now because I've started working through the dreams and visions of the book of Daniel, seeking a deeper understanding of what the Lord showed him and what still remains to be fulfilled in our day. Just a few minutes ago, before I started writing this post, I read through the PDF one more time. I wanted to refresh my mind on their content before I started writing. It struck me as I was f
Author’s Note: For this week’s post it was my intention to pass on to you a PDF of some notes I have taken on Daniel Chapter 2. I’m still working on that project and, of course, it is taking longer than I would have liked. That goal is motivated by my own search into end-time prophecy, especially considering the question of where Daniel’s “Abomination that brings Desolation” fits in with our current events. I believe we are very close to the Lord’s return and I’m looking forward to sharing my study with you. Hopefully, I’ll have that ready for next
In my last post, I promised that I would share with you the vision and mission that God has given to Broken Life Ministries (BKN). The ministry is an outgrowth of my own passion and mission. God has been defining and fleshing out that vision over the last few years. I've been reluctant to formalize BKN into a full-fledged organization. It's too easy to step out in presumption rather than in faith, jumping into something with both feet while just presuming God is in it. Presumption and faith are two different things. So, I've held back on even considering the idea of starting
I know a young couple who, a few years ago, lived in a housing co-op, full of duplexes, that was located in a rather pleasant spot on the edge of a mid-sized town. They have since moved on, but they shared with us how, before they moved, there was a changeover taking place amongst the other residents of the co-op. A number of new families had moved in and these new residents seemed to be quite unfriendly, even hostile, towards them. Their children, in similar fashion, treated this couple’s seven-year-old badly out on the playground. Besides being unfriendly, most of these new residents
I wrote in a previous post (post #6) how worship, our personal and individual worship centered on Him, must become a vital and essential part of our daily lives if we wish to go deep with God. After reading my most recent post (post #7) that discussed practicing the presence of God as we go about our daily lives, do you see the connection between that and worship? As you learn to practice......
For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring. Acts 17:28
Paul the Apostle found himself at loose ends. Forced to travel south from Macedonia because of heavy persecution, he landed in Athens. He had left Timothy and Silas, his traveling companions and chief helpers, behind......
Elisha was grumpy. He didn’t want to be there and he really didn’t want to be talking with the three foolish kings who had come to ask him to seek Yahweh on their behalf. Yet here he was, having joined the marching armies of Israel because God’s Spirit had moved him to follow them. Yet, one of those kings......