The Word tells us God loves us.
We all know the verse in the Book of John that tells us God loves us so much that he gave his Son to be a sacrifice for our sins.
Why then do we often feel God is ...
We love pictures of puppies.
They show up on the Internet, and we melt with warmth.
Kittens, too, as they wobble on their little feet, their tails held high in the air. They are helpless and ...
We’re all-too-familiar with the bad experiences in life.
They dog our steps like a junkyard dog demanding a handout.
We vie for that new job, only to be beat out by the new employee.
We put ...
We are people of reason.
That’s the difference between us and the animals.
We can reason out situations, to know right from wrong, and to make conscious decisions about what to do next.
We know the story of the three little pigs.
The big, bad wolf huffed and puffed, and he blew two of their houses down.
The spider refused to leave little Miss Muffet alone.
Humpty Dumpty should ...
Our eyes are magnificent machines.
They can focus faster than we can blink, and to see in the dark? We very nearly can, if we just close our eyes and let them adjust.
It’s the brilliance of day ...
God is widely considered to be all-knowing.
If something has happened . . . or is happening . . . or might possibly happen in the future, God knows.
It’s called ...