Everyone gets offended. Lately it seems like it happens at every turn. I am offended. This offends me.I remember when I was younger, I had issues with self-control stemming from my AdHd, and I had difficulty relating to others. I found myself often blurting out things and my words would offend others and resulted in … Continue reading Offended
The Psalmist asks God how he could know all the sins that were lurking about in his heart. He understood that we cannot see everything. We are blind to some of the things lurking in our heart. We try not to acknowledge some things that are happening. We disregard some of the sins. We turn … Continue reading Cannot See
https://www.instagram.com/p/BJGvS2mDQvU/ A dear friend gave me some Tim Tams the other day. I even ate one with my afternoon coffee that very day. But then with my scatterbrained mind, I forgot that the Tim Tams were in my special hiding spot. Only when I saw them today, did I realize that I had nearly a … Continue reading Forgotten Tim Tams
[Philemon] Paul wrote letter to Philemon while he was in jail.Philemon’s house may be where the Colossian church met (v. 2).Philemon had a slave Onesimus (v. 16).Onesimus means “useful” or “beneficial.”Onesimus was useless to Philemon – slave who stole money and ran away.Paul converted Onesimus.Onesimus is now useful to Philemon and Paul. (v. 11).Though Onesimus … Continue reading Philemon Study: True Forgiveness
I often hear people say things like “You can’t trust anyone” or “I help everyone but no one is there when I need help.” In Isaiah 36, the question is asked, “Who are you counting on?” That is such an important question. I ask you today, who are you counting on? Sennacherib, the king of … Continue reading Who Are You Counting On?