Having my coffee in my comfy chair this morning. I was a bit under the weather yesterday struggling with mild flu-like symptoms all day from my second COVID vaccine shot. But, at least I have coffee! I ran across a story this morning that has my curiosity up and I would like your input about … Continue reading Should Tennessee Make The Bible Its Official State Book?
During my first coffee this morning, I wondered what would happen if a group of archeologists found manuscripts written by Jesus, and after years of study, found them to be authentic? How would that change Christianity? Would people of other religions want to become a Christian? That made me wonder, so I decided to write … Continue reading 9 Things That Must Change If Christianity Were Proven True
There are 10 oddities about the 10 Commandments that you may or may not know. I used to spend a lot of time reading and rereading the book of Exodus, especially the part that contains the Ten Commandments. As with most parts of the Bible, the more I read it the more it has to … Continue reading 10 Oddities About The 10 Commandments
All over the world, you see Christians pray in large groups in public areas. But, I don't recall that Jesus ever taught us to pray in public. Did he? Let's examine this. "I desire therefore that the men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and doubting." 1 Timothy 2:8 In October of 2014, … Continue reading Did Jesus Teach Us To Pray In Public?
I love reading the Bible over coffee first thing in the morning. Then I got to thinking... was it Peter or Paul that was responsible for starting the Christian religion? My opinion is that it had to be Paul! He was a heck of a persuasive character to convince those Greek-speaking communities to give up … Continue reading Did Paul Start Christianity?
“Both read the same Bible and pray to the same God, and each invokes His aid against the other. It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask a just God's assistance in wringing their bread from the sweat of other men's faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged. … Continue reading The Civil War and God’s Will
I slept in a little this morning but I guess that’s the luxury of being retired. It’s quiet, I have my first cup of dark roast in hand, and God is already talking to me. The word “doubt” comes to mind for some odd reason. Doubt is one of those words that Christians are uncomfortable … Continue reading Doubt
My favorite coffee is a dark roast and I spend a lot of my writing at Starbucks. When I’m at home I use a Starbucks dark roast and the drip method, making one cup at a time. It’s slow but worth it. Coffee is extremely good this morning! How do you have yours? Mine’s black! … Continue reading Did Jesus Die For Our Unpardonable Sins?
I got to Starbucks early this morning and immediately thought about Moses and the Ten Commandments because of a meme I responded to yesterday. I was just thinking, wouldn’t it be cool when God said, “You shall worship no other gods…” if you could ask him for a reason other than, “Or else I’ll destroy … Continue reading Reasoning With God
I’m at Starbucks this morning with a great cup of the bold blend. Ahhh! Got me to thinking about what life is like after death - or what Christians call Eternal Life. When Jesus started his ministry, he took his chosen twelve and a bunch of other people up on the side of a mountain … Continue reading Narrow Gate