As the world watches the drama of our United States Election 2020, and the hearts of Americans on both sides either soar or sink into horror, we…… Read more “How do the Elections and Psalm 119 Connect?”
TheReturn.org is a live simulcast going on NOW. National PrayerMarch 2020, Washington, D.C. September 26, simulcast begins noon Eastern Time. I ask you to tune in to…… Read more “NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER LINKS – SEPT 26”
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to his great mercy, he has caused us to be born again to a living…… Read more “Jesus Lives!!”
“Where is God in a Coronavirus World?” w/Prof. John Lennox & Michael Ramsden https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvLfuMlAi18 Recorded from April 8, 2020; 38:48 min. John Lennox is Professor of Mathematics…… Read more “Where is God. . . ? – Prof. John Lennox”
These are the words of Pontius Pilate. The scene is the tribunal of Jesus Christ after arrest and before the Crucifixion. Who was Pontius Pilate? He was…… Read more “What is truth?”
In Psalm 119, the writer records the value of the written word of God. So what does the Bible do for us? First, the benefits of the Word…… Read more “Why Read the Bible?”
In times of great anxiety, we often look to resources such as science, philosophy, friends and family, and benevolent corporations and governments to guide and support us. …… Read more “Finding Meaning in an Anxious World”
Pushing through the crowd comes an important man, one of the rulers of the synagogue named Jairus. Seeing Jesus, the object of his impassioned search, Jairus falls at Jesus’ feet. He has an urgent request and this Teacher is his only hope.
Tucked in between two acts in the story of a miraculous healing of a synagogue leaders’ daughter, is a lightning bolt of all-seeing, all-knowing, all-compassionate love from the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Nahum 1:7 by ReadPsalm119.com Praising the Lord for healing and good report, for new life in Christ for one studying through the gospel of Mark with me,…… Read more “The Lord, He is good…”