Month: February 2019

  • Spiritual Warfare…Fighting the Roaring Lion

    Spiritual warfare is a topic I’d rather avoid. I hope my light-hearted approach last week wasn’t misleading. The enemy’s activity is serious, and standing firm is our responsibility. When I was a child, I pictured the Devil as an impish little guy with pointy ears and a smirking face, wearing a red suit and dancing […]

  • Lawsuit…I’m Thinking about Lodging Charges

    A lawsuit seems the appropriate action. I’m considering suing the Devil for damages. In a court case involving personal injury, the plaintiff may be granted a substantial amount of money on the grounds of mental pain and anguish, suffering separate from actual bodily injury. The legal term for this is torment of the soul. The […]

  • Living in relationship—a Few Thoughts

    Life is relationship. God designed it that way. Adam, the first man, is the only person who had the opportunity to live without human fellowship. The Lord God said, “It is not good that man should be alone.” So he created a helper for him (see Genesis 2:18). The heart longs for relationship. Warren Buffet, […]

  • Surrender—Gateway to the Maximum Life

    My goal is to experience the maximum life. There’s one requirement: surrender. Growing up, I never heard teaching on surrender. I knew what the word meant in warfare: to give up. At age seven I invited Jesus into my heart to be my Savior, but I struggled with doubt for years until settling my eternity […]