An internet search titled, ‘God in the Old and New Testament,’ yields headlines such as “Why is God so different in the Old Testament than He is in the New Testament?”, or “Why was God so harsh in the Old Testament, but more forgiving in the New Testament?” and “Old Testament vs New Testament: A… Continue reading God in the Old Testament vs New Testament
A fictional diary entry based on the observations of Julius, the centurion assigned to guard Paul on the journey to Rome in Acts 27:1 – 28:16 Dear Diary, This is a true account of the journey which I, Julius, a centurion of Rome’s Imperial Regiment undertook with the prisoner Paul, servant of the one… Continue reading Dear Diary, I Have Found the True God!!
Acts 12:1-18 Would the curse of Herod ever break? Rhoda shivered slightly in the midnight chill and tugged at her wrap with one hand while the other clutched a water pitcher. She navigated the room, stepping around the friends and family of her mistress who had gathered in the house to pray for Peter –… Continue reading Victorious!
Since 1989, a project has been underway to build a clock which will tick once a year for the next 10,000 years, move the century hand every 100 years and mark each millennium with a cuckoo appearance. The project, alternatively termed ‘10,000-Year Clock,’ ‘Millenium Clock,’ and ‘Clock of the Long Now’ aims to promote long-term… Continue reading New Year C.L.O.C.K.
Throughout scripture, we encounter Jehovah Rohi, the Lord Our Shepherd. Long before David penned the familiar verses of Psalm 23, Jacob acknowledged the mighty role which the Shepherd, the Stone of Israel played in the life of his son Joseph (Gen 49:24). The prophets Ezekiel and Isaiah delivered divine prophecies featuring Israel as the sheep… Continue reading The Great Shepherd Proclamation