Not for Lack

When you look at the relationship between Leah and Rachel, on the surface you may feel bad for Leah because you read of Jacob’s great love for Rachel. Read Genesis 29. Rachel was younger, “had a lovely figure and was beautiful,” while Leah “had weak eyes” (v. 17 NIV). Plainly put, “Jacob was in love … Continue reading Not for Lack

The Cave

As you read Genesis, you learn of the Promised Land, the land that God had promised to Abraham as part of the Abrahamic Covenant. Remember: blessing, land, and descendants. This Promised Land was eventually inhabited by Abraham’s descendants when Joshua and the Israelites entered Canaan. Nonetheless, Abraham never got to claim the Promised Land—He never … Continue reading The Cave

One That Waters

Abraham was blessed to be a blessing. Oftentimes I find myself remembering this truth. We too are blessed to be a blessing. When we realize that we have been blessed by God, and that nothing is ours, but rather everything is His, then naturally this blessing should flow through our fingers and bless others. This … Continue reading One That Waters

What is Truth

Matthew 27 / Mark 15 / Luke 23 / John 18-19  Pontius Pilate – Roman Governor –Procurator. He was in charge of appointing the high priest and controlling the Temple and funds.He had full control of the province.He had full powers of life and death as he could reverse capital sentences passed by Sanhedrin.He had … Continue reading What is Truth