If we miss how the Scripture always points to Jesus Christ, we will miss out on life itself. Continue reading Is the Bible Always Literal?
The stories tend to feel bare and incomplete, and this is intentional. The author has left gaps in the narrative for our own hearts to fall into. Genesis lets us participate in the story. Continue reading Genesis
To Shem, Noah gave the responsibility of taking care of the beasts and livestock. To Japheth, Noah gave the responsibility of feeding and watching the birds and winged creatures. And to Ham, Noah gave the work of keeping alive every creeping thing that creeps on the earth. Continue reading Ham on the Ark
The creation of Adam and the birth of Jesus Christ. The first and the last miraculous birth described in the Bible. I want to compare these two this Christmas season as we remember and celebrate the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Continue reading Comparing the Bible’s First and Last Miraculous Birth
The Bible illustrates clearly why rest is so important for Christians. When the Bible talks about rest, it highlights not only physical rest but also—and more so—spiritual rest. Here are some truths that I reflect on when I feel pride tempting me to place all my value in my work: Continue reading Five Truths to Help You Rest