Category Archives: Eternity
TIMING: Crucifixion. Ascension. Pentecost and Now. Outpouring Of The Spirit. Darkness and Light. God’s Great Paradox.
par·a·dox /ˈperəˌdäks/ noun noun: paradox; plural noun: paradoxes 1. a seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true. Here’s the “self-contradictory” truth of scripture: Isaiah 60:1-3 (FOR THE … Continue reading →
TITLE NOT A TYPO: I purposely used WEATHER as opposed to WHETHER in the title of this writing, as it pertains to our country, our time, and our God. Quippy. COVERED BEFORE: A good deal of this topic has been … Continue reading →
….The jeopardy of trying to “help God” by our logical thoughts and actions. After receiving a profound word and promise (including a word of promise but also a word of warning to the entire world) Abram thought seriously enough, and … Continue reading →
All that’s happening. All the questions. And shut-in or locked out, we finally find ourselves with time to wonder.
QUESTIONS: With so much happening, right now on a day to day basis, I am (like many, I’d presume) receiving emails, texts, phone calls, etc. – getting lots of questions, and inquiries re how I feel about things, what I’ve … Continue reading →
I’ve written before re the Leviticus 23 admonitions, encouragements, and heavenly warnings that specifically accompany some though not all of the Lev-23-listed Hebrew holidays. I am addressing the upcoming Passover, one of those holy-days where “forever”, “everlasting”, and “all generations” … Continue reading →
“The whole truth and nothing but the truth” Sgt. Joe Friday, TV’s “Dragnet” detective, asked and expected this of the folks he would interrogate (along with “Nothing but the facts”) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragnet_(1951_TV_series) Our Lord expects nothing less than this of … Continue reading →
Challenging times require perseverance. It is a biblical reality from Genesis through Revelation. Ephesians 6:13 13 Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to … Continue reading →
Are we perhaps missing something in our “God is good all the time” stadium cheers? God is clearly good all the time. He’s great all the time, in fact. And yet Paul, the writer of most of the New Testament, … Continue reading →
My dear friend Avner Boskey writes from Israel: The God of Israel is described in the Bible not only as the Prince of Peace. He is also a God of military warfare and intelligence strategy. Moses shouted out a victory … Continue reading →
Jeremiah is often referred to as The Weeping Prophet because his message, of upcoming captivity and judgment for the most part went unheeded, mocked, and/ignored, until it came to pass. Expectedly, his personal life involved persecution and suffering, as his … Continue reading →