Tag: prayer

Eyes on Eternity

Man praying

And he came down with them and stood on a level place, with a great crowd of his disciples and a great multitude of people from all Judea and Jerusalem and the sea coast of Tyre and Sidon, who came to hear him and… Continue Reading “Eyes on Eternity”

God is the Cause of Both ‘Evil’ and ‘Sin’

A hand holding an apple

For today’s post in my Praise and Prose series, I’d like to discuss how our use of language might change in order to reflect the truth that God is in control of everything that happens which Christians (and people of other faiths) describe as… Continue Reading “God is the Cause of Both ‘Evil’ and ‘Sin’”

An Examination of the Practice of Boasting

A man wearing glasses sat on a sofa writing

“How I sold 20,000 copies of my book in a month!” Have you ever seen a YouTube video or blog post titled in a way similar to the sentence quoted above? Such statements reflect a distorted view of reality, which I would like to… Continue Reading “An Examination of the Practice of Boasting”

Ice Cream Dilemma Poll Results

A hand holding a cone with raspberry ice cream

Hi everyone! You may remember that last Wednesday I ran a poll asking readers to vote in relation to a fabricated scenario involving ice cream. In case you missed it, this was the scenario: It’s been a hard day at work and I’m feeling… Continue Reading “Ice Cream Dilemma Poll Results”

The Language of Silence

Two empty benches

I believe that in our interactions with others, we often don’t value the power, and necessity, of silence. In my youth, and even in young adulthood, I was terrified of silence. Refusing to allow silence in my interactions with others meant that I would… Continue Reading “The Language of Silence”