Category Archives: Scriptural Principles

Prison of Doubt & Disappointment

Matthew 11 contains one of the most difficult stories in the whole New Testament. Not difficult to understand … difficult to process is a better way to put it. These verses amount to a status update on one of Jesus’ first and most bold and faithful follower – John (the Baptizer, as most of us […]

The Blessing ~ Part Five

When you think about favor, it’s generally associated with receiving good things.  Like, if you received favor from a teacher in school, you might have a chance for a longer lunch period, extra credit points or an exception in submitting a late assignment.  Favor from your boss might mean a choice office space, more benefits […]

The Blessing ~ Part Three

I was in marching band in high school.  Besides playing pep music and providing entertainment during halftime of the Friday night football games, the Lexington High School Band was also assigned the anchor position in the small-town Christmas parade every December.  I always looked forward to the final event of the marching season that led […]