The first 11 verses of Romans 6 brought to mind the following verses: For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. God sent his Son into the world not to judge the world, but to save… Read More
A good pun is its own reword. Dijon vu: The same mustard as before. Shotgun wedding: A case of wife or death.
Knock, knock!Who’s there?Fido.Fido who?Fido known you were home, I’d have brought a cake. Knock, knock!Who’s thereHackett.Hackette who?I can’t Hackette-I’m going home. Knock, knock!Who’s there?Oldest Son.Oldest Son who?Oldest Son shines bright on my old Kentucky home. (You must sing the last line.)
We have become his poetry, a re-created people that will fulfill the destiny he has given each of us, for we are joined to Jesus, the Anointed One. Even before we were born, God planned in advance our destiny and the good works we would do to fulfill it! Ephesians 2:10, TPT
Verses 22-24 in The Message transliteration summarize the thrust of this chapter, and to make meaningful, I personalized it. Read these verses out loud with your name. This is the truth of the gospel living in us through faith. I didn’t tiptoe around God’s promise asking cautiously skeptical questions. I plunged into the promise and… Read More
The main questions in this section of Romans 4 are: What is God’s promise to us? In what way is Abraham to be an example for us? Where is your focus for the big picture and the day-to-day details? 13 Clearly, God’s promise to give the whole earth to Abraham and his descendants was based not… Read More
Q: What do you call a 3.14 meter long snake?A: A π-thon Q: What do you call it when you parry a sword stroke from a semi-aquatic mammal?A: Parry the platypus Q: What did the cell say to his sister cell when she stepped on his toe?A: mitosis