Before I start trekking through the book of Judges, there’s some important context in the book of Joshua. In Chapter 23, he gives very specific warnings Israel’s leaders, which, unsurprisingly enough, aren’t taken seriously enough. Therefore, be very strong to keep and to do all that is written in the Book of the Law of Moses, turning […]Read More Why Judges?
I haven’t posted for a while and probably won’t be, especially with the end of the term coming up. There’s been a lot of things to finish and it’s been pretty busy doing them! The only thing I’m planning to write in the next couple weeks is my work term report 😉 My laptop is […]Read More Last Post before the Break!
Everybody loves Hillsong Worship. As Christians of the young adult age group in this century, we’ve all sung their songs in endless praise sets and listened to them for countless hours on our own time. There’s no question of musical talent. But how meaningful are these songs? What are they being built on, how closely are they interpreting the […]Read More Quick Review of a Hillsong Worship Devotional
Part one is here and part two is here. Part 3: Colossians 3:1-17 I wasn’t going to write a third part but it felt a bit weird leaving my Colossians study in the middle of the letter. This post won’t be too long either, and I’ll just be summarizing thoughts for my own reference. We’ve almost seen […]Read More To the churches of Colossae … pt 3.
A continuation of part 1 here. Part 2: Colossians 2:16-23 This is a continuation from the previous passage of shifting from the hope of the gospel, I got sick halfway through writing this and I’m just pulling through to finish it. Last time, he talked about false outlets of knowledge, but this time he talks […]Read More To the churches of Colossae … pt 2.
My busy week is finally over! Definitely enjoyed sleeping at 10:20 pm last night 😉 With that said, I’ve been looking for a short letter to study that relates to those studying for finals. I want to be able to finish the main body of the letter in 2/3 sessions, so it has to be […]Read More To the churches of Colossae …
The taillights flickered as I walked by in the parking lot. Unconcerned. Waiting for my car to beep as I pressed the remote, until I stopped to realize this was, in fact, my car. Dead battery. Not enough left to light the dashboard. So I ask myself … Why now God, why now? Frustration casts a deceptively large shadow. There was […]Read More Trying to be creative …