Whom I Have Believed

There is one word in this verse that sticks out to me. Paul wrote, “Yet this is no cause for shame, because I know WHOM I have believed.” Whom I have believed. Whom. Jesus Christ. I have a degree in Christian Ministry. I have quite a collection of commentaries, dictionaries, and other books for biblical … Continue reading Whom I Have Believed

Insignificant to You

A big question stood out when I was reading Numbers 16 and the account of Korah’s greed. Does it seem insignificant to you? What a question for us to consider in life. Here Korah and others were aligned together with their selfishness fueling the way. God had given them great positions and blessed them well. … Continue reading Insignificant to You

A Different Attitude

When the spies were sent into the Promised Land, the report that came back was actually two different reports. Ten of the spies admitted the land was good, but focused their attention on the giants that were in the land. They aimed to persuade the Israelites not to enter the land. Joshua and Caleb went … Continue reading A Different Attitude

The Good Things of Egypt

When the Israelites were in the wilderness, there came a time when they wanted some meat. The Bible says that the people who were with them traveling “began to crave the good things of Egypt” and they joined in with this desire. They were slaves in Egypt. They were treated harshly in Egypt. Yet they … Continue reading The Good Things of Egypt

Because of Laughter and Joy

Solomon wrote Psalm 126 and spoke of the joy and laughter from returning to Jerusalem. The people were laughing and singing songs of joy this Psalm mentions. Why? Because The Lord did great things for them. The people would speak of these great things as a result of this joy and laughter. They would see … Continue reading Because of Laughter and Joy