The book of Isaiah is a favorite of many Christians for good reason. Therein, we learn so much about our God, His character, and His plans for the future. Isaiah is often called the Messianic prophet for good reason. He spoke more about Jesus and the future kingdom of God than anyone else in the Hebrew Scriptures. Continue reading “Isaiah, the Messianic Prophet.”
Up to this point, we have looked at each book of the Bible with the hopes of creating a better understanding of each book. My goal is to create a curiosity within each person that would drive them to read these wonderful books even more. Sometimes these articles have acted as introductions and at other times they were more about helping us to better understand the message of the book. Continue reading “Introduction to the Prophets.”
The book of Song of Solomon is a unique and challenging book for the modern mind. The language sounds strange and forces the listener to wonder what the authors intent could have been.
For most, Mother’s Day is a wonderful holiday. It gives them a chance to honor the woman or women that were instrumental in their life. It’s an opportunity to say thank you for all your sacrifices, long nights, and time spent making sure we were ok. Mom’s are a gift from God in many ways. Continue reading “Mother’s Day can hurt.”
Ecclesiastes is a book that is often overlooked. Some have read it and concluded that it is the words of a bitter man who has descended into resentment and anger. Continue reading “Ecclesiastes: the meaning of life.”
I truly appreciate the beauty and simplicity of the book of Proverbs. It has been a favorite of mine for many years. Continue reading “Proverbs: God’s wisdom for life.”