We were visiting in another state on a Sunday morning years ago. We went into a Bible class being taught by a well-educated young man. He would soon be on the staff of one of our Christian colleges. As we left the class our son asked, “Do you think the gospel is safe in his hands?” via The Fellowship Room.
Read more at the link above, where Fellow Glenda Williams asks her own question.
How can I repay the Lord for all his acts of kindness to me?
Psalm 116:12 NET
The author of this psalm knew it was impossible to repay God. But his question is not entirely rhetorical. He knew also that he was not absolved from responding to this goodness of the Lord. Continue reading
I wrote the following article this morning in Portuguese for the “God with Us” devotional. I translated it for those who might be helped by it. Continue reading
I can’t figure this one out. Somebody help me. Continue reading
Continuing the August series of sermons, tomorrow’s lesson in SJCampos will be, “A Word to the False Teacher.” Continue reading
A close friend in SÃ£o Paulo emailed me today that his brother-in-law was murdered just a few yards from my friend’s house. Continue reading