As I listened to the sermon today, I heard the term "practical atheist" used within the context of Exodus 14, where Moses and the Israelites find themselves seemingly trapped between Pharaoh's approaching war chariots and the sea. Frightened, they called out to the Lord, but then said this to Moses: “Is it because there are no … Continue reading Are You a Practical Atheist?
Have you ever wondered, as have I, why in the face of adversity, the human race continually fails to look back and see where the hand of God was working? I find it hard to wrap my head around the incredulity demonstrated by early Hebrews, who after being freed from slavery by their God (a God who … Continue reading Becoming Stoned in Times of Need
Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to say, It is well, it is well with my soul. - Horatio Spafford These are the lines taken from a hymn written in 1873, that were born out of grief and sorrow by a man of faith who trusted God in his prosperity, but whose faith was tested … Continue reading Whatever My Lot