The Most Recognized Hymn

The text from John 3:16 is indeed one of the most widely known and quoted verses from the Bible. There are several reasons why this text has gained such prominence and continues to resonate with Christians today: Lessons for Christians today: In summary, the text from John 3:16 is widely known and cherished by ChristiansContinue reading “The Most Recognized Hymn”

Living with Confidence

Have you ever felt discouraged and weary, worn down by the constant news cycle and the seeming pointlessness of daily life? Me too. Humans since the garden have often lacked confidence when facing the future. Knowing this, the Lord provided his Old Testament saints with the Feast of Weeks (Lev. 23:15–22), an old covenant celebrationContinue reading “Living with Confidence”

The Fine Line Between Faith and Fantasy

What is the difference between faith in the invisible God and fantasy? Or the difference between faith and presumption? The lines that separate faith from fantasy and presumption can be fine, but they are definite and they are clear. Failure to recognize those lines can be the difference between life and death, between truth andContinue reading “The Fine Line Between Faith and Fantasy”

Before I Rest…

Here are two verses that support and expand the meaning of Memorial Day: This verse highlights the extraordinary nature of God’s love for humanity. It emphasizes that Christ’s sacrifice was made not when we were deserving or righteous, but while we were still sinners. It underscores the depth of God’s love and the selflessness ofContinue reading “Before I Rest…”

Tomorrow Is Pentecost

What is the meaning of Pentecost? You need to know it was not called Pentecost until the New Testament. The original name was Shavuot (Sha-vu-ot) or Feast of Weeks. The Feast of Pentecost or Shavuot has many names in the Bible: The Feast of Weeks, the Feast of Harvest, and the Latter Firstfruits. Celebrated on theContinue reading “Tomorrow Is Pentecost”