For the Believer, The Bible

If We’re Honest, Sinful Solutions Are Still Solutions. They Just Don’t Really Solve Anything.

Perhaps the most fascinating thing to me about addictions is that what people who are addicted search for is called a "fix." Seeing as how the word "fix" usually means a solution to a problem that should, in the long run, require no further serious fixing, you'd think a "fix" for an addiction should satisfy… Continue reading If We’re Honest, Sinful Solutions Are Still Solutions. They Just Don’t Really Solve Anything.

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For the Believer, The Bible

Liquid Courage: Finding Confidence in the Right Kind of Drinking

How many times in movies or TV have you seen a guy polish off a beer or drain a shot glass before approaching a girl? I can't count the times, but it's been a lot. Perhaps the funniest example (except for the drunkenness) is from The Big Bang Theory. There's a character named Raj who can only… Continue reading Liquid Courage: Finding Confidence in the Right Kind of Drinking

For the Believer, The Bible

Three Reasons a King Prayed to God

To be honest with you, prayer is something I often gloss over, something I rush through. I don't know when it really started, but I think it comes from feeling like I have better things to do sometimes. I've got to go to sleep, I've got to eat, I've got to do this, that, so… Continue reading Three Reasons a King Prayed to God

Christian Culture, The Bible

The Worst Kind of False Teacher

I was reading in Matthew 7 this morning and ran across Jesus' teaching in the Sermon on the Mount on false prophets. Verses 15-20: 15 “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. 16 You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs… Continue reading The Worst Kind of False Teacher