Tag: Wisdom

Be Weary Of The Faithief!

“The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” (John 10:10). This is a stark warning from Jesus, and a reminder of the goodness He offers us […]

A Different Perspective

Someone gave me a great idea the other day, when after reading my post on Leader and Follower – A Match Made In Heaven, he asked me if I would publish a post he would like to write, sharing his perspective, which was coming from a cultural angle.  At […]

Leader and Follower – A Match Made In Heaven

Marriage is a holy vocation, where two people attempt the greatest feat against natural odds together…living in love and agreement until death separates them.  When we romanticise marriage, we diminish the obstacles against its success in our minds, while not acknowledging and addressing them in reality.  We set ourselves […]

The Stupidity Is Too Much!

There is an account in the Bible about how Paul and Barnabas went to Lystra, preaching the gospel among the Gentiles, and then came across a cripple.  Paul speaks to the cripple that he may be healed, and he is healed.  Immediately, the people believe that Paul and […]

We Know Everything, And There Is No God

“We know everything, and there is no God,” said the Atheist. Mankind have been learning about themselves and their environments since the beginning of their recognition of their existence, whenever that beginning was.  We know that without the consciousness that we are alive, and the ability to think, […]

The Wisdom of Grace and Truth

The Law of the Lord is flawless; The Sabbath shall be hallowed as holy. The marriage bed is sacred and covenant inviolable; But Wisdom is the principle thing. In all things, may God be glorified… Grace and Truth has revealed to us That the Sabbath was made for […]

Know Yourself, Know His Grace

As early as you can, it is good to know yourself and to know the grace of God.  I can describe my childhood and youthful years as zealous.  I had zeal for a lot of things, but I lacked knowledge of myself or of the grace of God. […]

I Don’t Know

Christians are often regarded as “Know-It-All”s by the faithless, because of the confidence we place in the knowledge of God and all things spiritual.  Maybe it could also have something to do with how we seem to have an answer for everything…or how hard it is to get […]