Another great devotional from Days of Praise! by Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. | Apr. 21, 2022 “And Jesus answering said, Were there not ten cleansed? but where are the nine?” (Luke 17:17) Ten lepers, hopeless and incurable, came to Jesus, begging for His help, and He miraculously healed them. All 10 should have fallen down … More Where Are the Nine?
When men take more pains to seem religious than really to be so, it is a sign their religion is in vain. … More The Ridiculousness of Religion
Feelings and emotions are poor guides. … More Walking in Darkness
What do you do when God feels distant, and other thoughts from my devotions.(BTW, we did not move to Florida. This podcast from July somehow got oveooked.) https://www.spreaker.com/episode/48429762
The Jewish religion may take this command overboard in that they will not even spell His name but write G_D, but we could learn something from their reverence for the Almighty God we serve. … More Oh, my G_d!
Dear believer, we are only tiny quivering lights compared to Lazarus, whose very life was a shining testimony to the power of Jesus Christ. … More Keep Shining!
Recently, my husband read a quote about Lady Jane Grey. It prompted me to watch a documentary on her. It was well done, quite informative, but, sadly, it painted her in a misleading way. Twice, she refered to her as a “teenage idealog.” The definition of an idealog is: an often blindly partisan advocate or … More Rewriting History
My life is simple. I hold to this one truth and it clears up so much confusion. The one truth is this: Jesus loves me, this I know. For the Bible tells me so. This is not scripture but so much common sense about belief is wrapped up into this child’s song. Jesus—the only Son … More Simplicity from Confusion
The world may rush on by today not remembering why they have the day off, but Christians know, or at least they should. Good Friday—the day the Son of God died—is truly good because it was on that day that Satan’s chains of death were broken. All eternity hinges on this day—the day our sin-debt … More Six Hours—When Time Stood Still
In the 2002 movie The Rookie, Jim Morris (Dennis Quaid) checks his pitching speed by pitching past a vehicle speed check; however, two of the lights which make up the numbers aren’t working. Instead of reading 95, the number comes up 75. As he walks away dejected the camera swings back to the numbers and … More The One Word Difference