Katheryn Haddad wrote today, “When you don’t feel like it, reach out to God.” The faith is often the practice of piety when we don’t feel like it.
When you go ahead and do it, even when you don’t feel like it, God will at some point give you a breakthrough. Continue reading
In my daily Bible plan, I read, at the same time, Job 10 and Psalm 10. The difference between David and Job is striking. Continue reading
Despair is perhaps the worst of emotions, for it immobilizes and keeps one from advancing in life. The worst of despair is that which feels sadness for sin, for nothing can be done to remove sin or cancel its effects.
This is why the Psalmist’s phrase is encouraging: Continue reading
(Above: Brazilian sculptor Aleijadinho’s Isaiah.)
I wish that my head were a well full of water and my eyes were a fountain full of tears! If they were, I could cry day and night for those of my dear people who have been killed. Jeremiah 9:1 NET
One of the largest divisions of the Bible is that of the prophets of Israel, with charge after charge against the sins of the people of God. They contain appeals, warnings, threats, promises. Continue reading