My late friend Gerald Franz loved King David. A little over two months after he died, out of respect to him, I began rereading the Old Testament Scriptures about David. Continue reading “A Few Thoughts on King David”
I was touched the first time I heard a message preached in youth group about Mephibosheth. It’s humbling to think that King David took in a man with a handicap and provided for him to eat at the king’s table. Continue reading “Mephibosheth”
Before youread what follows, I encourage you to read 2 Kings 17.
The northern kingdom of Israel had been taken captive by Assyria. Many Israelites were uprooted and dispersed to other places (2 Kings 17:1-6). The explanation as to why God let it happen is found in 2 Kings 17:7-23. Continue reading “Why Freedom of Religion is a Bad Idea”
Have you ever wondered why the children of Israel wandered in the wilderness for 40 years after leaving Egypt? The trip could have taken only a few days.
The problem was unbelief. Continue reading “Unbelievers Named”