Yes, it’s a famous line from the 12 step programs, but it never helped me. Let go–send your problem into the universe–God may or may not fix it. The problem goes into the great cavern of other problems, with no known solution. Let it go into the great sea of forgetfulness. Some call it faith. … More Let Go and Let God is a bunch of crap.
We expect our prayers to be answered a certain way and we are upset when they are answered differently. Let’s take a look at John the Baptist. (This was not directly answer to prayer so much as an answer to a question.) For Herod himself had sent and laid hold of John, and bound him … More When the answer is not the one you wanted.
Balaam was riding along on his donkey, going where God had told him not to go. God’s anger was kindled, (think of fire) because Balaam went, and the Angel of the Lord stood in the road to be an adversary against him. The donkey saw the Angel of the Lord standing in the way, with … More Does the ASS know more than you do?
I cut back on my time on Facebook and Twitter to only minutes a week. I haven’t blogged. But there’s a good reason. I have finally finished my first manuscript, Arm Wrestling with Pharaoh. It’s set to be ePublished on February 17, 2017. This book illustrates the struggle between Moses and Pharaoh from the book … More I haven’t blogged much lately. Here’s why.
Or another way of saying that is “history repeats itself.” First, a look ahead. Luke 21:25-27 says: 25 “There will be signs (attesting miracles) in the sun and moon and stars; and on the earth [there will be] distress and anguish among nations, in perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea and the waves, … More Sometimes the way forward is backwards
Moses and the Israelites fled from Pharaoh and his army into the dry land of what was, hours before, the Red Sea. The Egyptians pursued them into the sea with all their horses, chariots, and army. At this point, it looked like they would catch Moses. It looked bad. This would be the time for … More God took off the chariot wheels. Why?