A Healthy Sense Of The Holy (2)

There is more to Leviticus 10 than the death of Nadab and Abihu! We’re told more so we can place the event in context. It is to our detriment when we ignore this. After Nadab and Abihu’s relatives were summoned to carry their bodies away, Moses tells Aaron and his remaining sons that they are notContinue reading “A Healthy Sense Of The Holy (2)”

Living The Gospel

One of Paul’s conclusions to his discussion in Romans 9-11 is that “God has bound everyone over to disobedience so that He may have mercy on them all” (v. 32). If you’ve been reading through Romans you wouldn’t be too surprised by this statement because the letter is saturated with grace, mercy and forgiveness. NeitherContinue reading “Living The Gospel”

More Mercy Please (The Iron Lady)

Two quick facts about biopics: they can be a bullet train to an Oscar (Since 2004, Ray, I Walk the Line, The Queen, The King’s Speech, and The Iron Lady have won a total of ten, including two for best actor and three for best actress). The second thing is I haven’t been overwhelmed by any of them. I blame itContinue reading “More Mercy Please (The Iron Lady)”

Jesus and Organized Religion (4)

There’s more to say from Matthew 23 concerning Jesus’ teaching about organized religion. These bullet points will give you a starting point for your own research and study. 3. Jesus was for humility and against pride. (v. 5-12) 4. He was against building walls and for building bridges. (v. 13-14) 5. He was against winning people toContinue reading “Jesus and Organized Religion (4)”