Learning From History

When I was in high school, history was my favorite subject with English coming in at a close second. I loved history so much that I took an advanced placement class on 20th century American History independently my senior year. This meant that each day I had class with myself in the library. I loved … Continue reading Learning From History

Diligently Watch Yourselves

Today’s verses remind us to diligently watch ourselves. We have to be careful, be on guard, take care to not forget what what we’ve seen and heard from God. The past few days, we looked at how we should not add or subtract from God’s Word. God’s Word is to guide us, to teach us, … Continue reading Diligently Watch Yourselves

Don’t Look Back Outline

Here's a sermon / devotion outline for Genesis 19. You can download the outline below. Don’t Look Back Genesis 19 “We are about to destroy this place, because their outcry has become so great before the LORD that the LORD has sent us to destroy it” (v. 13 NASB). LOT HESITATED – v. 15 – … Continue reading Don’t Look Back Outline

Victory From God

Most people know the phrase “don’t toot your own horn.” When we have some great accomplishment, there is this desire to toot our horn and become boastful. These rams’ horns that the priests were blowing in Joshua 6 were different. Yes, they were tooting horns. Yes they had victory, something that we sometimes brag about … Continue reading Victory From God

Salty Grain

There were different offerings given to the Lord including the Grain Offering. The Grain Offering was to show honor to God. Recently when I was reading Leviticus 2, I read about what was involved with the Grain Offering. There was choice flour, olive oil, and frankincense. But there was something else. Something else was added … Continue reading Salty Grain