“I’m not trespassing. I’m a geologist.” Q. What do you call a rock that never goes to school?A: A skipping stone. Q. Where do rocks like to sleep?A. In bedrock.
My response is to get down on my knees before the Father, this magnificent Father who parcels out all heaven and earth. I ask him to strengthen you by his Spirit—not a brute strength but a glorious inner strength—that Christ will live in you as you open the door and invite him in. And I… Read More
We’ve spent a few months at an archeological dig site, uncovering the precious artifacts that we’ve found there. We’ve cataloged our finds and asked questions about how they speak into our lives. The Bible Project created a wonderful overview on the book of Romans that I think we will all find very helpful. This review… Read More
If Dr. Watson’s degree was in geology. “I hunt rocks, and I know things.” One tectonic plate bumped into another and said, “Excuse me. My fault.”
God’s words to Joshua are spoken to us, too. “Do not be afraid. Take courage.” If you like this art, I encourage you to visist Shawna’s web page.
God did what we couldn’t because HE LOVES US!God achieved what the law was unable to accomplish, because the law was limited by the weakness of human nature. Romans 8:3 (TPT) Verses 1-8 Verses 9-17 Verses 18-30 Verses 31-39 The Father sent His Son in human body, who fulfilled the requirement of the law for… Read More
Juxtaposition. the fact of two things being seen or placed closed together with contrasting effect. The juxtaposition of God and humankind: Almighty God who created the universe and created humankind warped by sin. Nothing could seem farther apart, but the beauty of this chapter is how God has brought us so close to Him that… Read More