It’s January, and that means beginning “Reading through the Bible in a Year.” I recently joined a group who started in Job, instead of Genesis, because that’s okay, I’ve read Genesis 30 times. Or have I? Did you ever have one of those moments while reading the Bible when a scripture seems to jump off … More Lot was saved from Sodom–BEFORE he was saved from Sodom!
God created Adam from the dust of the earth (his body) but then God breathed into him the Life of God or Spirit. So Adam had a human body, but his spirit was in tune with God’s spirit. (Scriptures below, with my comments in bold. Gen 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the … More It all started in the garden
Kinda sounds like a new band, doesn’t it? I was wondering why the Bible is so specific in telling us that Jairus’s daughter was 12 years old. Why would it matter? The good news was that she was healed, raised from the dead. But it would be just as good if she had been 2, … More Jairus and the Twelves
After the big flood, Noah’s ark rested on the moutains of Ararat. Noah sent out a dove several times to determine if the waters had abated. I’m guessing Noah, Mrs. Noah and family were looking forward to leaving the ark asap. (Yes, I’m sure they were glad that they didn’t perish, but how long can … More Noah’s Raven
(Say that three times fast!) Saturday night I sat down and read the Parable of the Sower in Mark Chapter 4. Sunday morning, the Message was the Parable of the Sower! Don’t you love when that happens? Life is filled with tornadoes and hurricanes, and I wonder if I’m doing okay. Then I’ll get a … More Seeds, stones, soil, sowers, and swords