Contributed by David Gant on Feb 28, 2004
One Sunday morning an old cowboy entered a church just before services were to begin. Although the old man and his clothes were spotlessly clean, he wore jeans, a denim shirt and boots that were very worn and ragged. In his hand he carried a worn out old hat and an equally worn out bible.
Contributed by Dale Pilgrim on Aug 23, 2009
I remember the monarchy’s coronations and highlights of marriages and awards. Images of rows of royal guards in their red and black, white horses and gloss black carriages, gold crowns and silk, velvety robes. As the pomp and ceremony captivate our eyes we hear Jesus saying, “Not even the queen,
Contributed by Don Hawks on Sep 30, 2007
I like some of what Edwene Gaines writes about although I do not agree with all her views on spirituality. But I have learned enough from her writings that I decided not to be bothered in areas where I disagree. I find her life story and spiritual journey though to be compelling.
Years before she
Contributed by John Tung on Feb 12, 2009
Why are these character traits called fruit of the spirit? Why not other food groups: like meat of the spirit or bread of the spirit or dairy of the spirit?
There are four reasons why it’s called fruit of the spirit: because fruit is healthy, sweet, living and whole.
Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Apr 6, 2005
“The Fundamental idea of Spirit in Hebrew and Greek is breath, air, wind, storm – the intensity depending on the context. It may be a gentle breath (John 20:22), a gale-force wind (Ex 15:8), a cooling breeze (Gen 3:8). Most essentially Spirit is transcendent and divine, not mere flesh; it is the