Three Perspectives for Christian Thankfulness

This Thanksgiving, I plan to embrace thankfulness. I want to be thankful. I do feel a slight resistance, because in the back of my mind I hear: It’s cliché to be thankful around thanksgiving. Everyone does that! That very well may be, but I will not let that voice keep me from the spiritual blessing that comes from practicing a spirit of thankfulness. In light … Continue reading Three Perspectives for Christian Thankfulness

What Makes Me Angry, and What Makes God Angry

God is love. That is His Nature and His love is not provoked,” writes Colin Smith in chapter 42 of Open. He continues: “But God’s anger is different… The Bible never tells us that God is wrath. It tells us that He is slow to anger (Psalm 103:8).” I fall so short of God’s holiness! I’m quick to anger, and I have to be provoked … Continue reading What Makes Me Angry, and What Makes God Angry