Contributed on Dec 5, 2010
The prophecy of the virgin in Isaiah 7 has been denied by many religious "experts". But what does their denial say about them... and what does it tell us about what the prophecy actually said?
OPEN: There’s a story told about a man who was a very militant atheist but he sent his son to Trinity School because, despite its Christian roots, it was a great school. After a month, the boy comes home and says casually, "By the way Dad, do you know what Trinity means? It means the Father, the ...read more
Contributed on Dec 13, 2010
A light was going to illuminate those living in darkness, in the land Naphatli and Zebulun. Why did God only mention those two fairly insignificant tribes in this prophecy? And what was this light to accomplish in our our lives?
OPEN: How many of you have ever been in a cave? How many of you have ever been to Mammoth Cave in Kentucky? My family and I have been there several times ourselves and I’ve always been impressed by the beauty and grandeur of that cave and others we’ve visited. I once read about a tour of ...read more
Contributed on Dec 19, 2010
God planted a Christmas tree in Bethlehem. But it was a differnent kind of tree than the one folks often decorate and place in their homes for Christmas.
Back in 2008 an Englishman named Greig Howe bought a 35-foot tall Christmas tree for his house. Now that’s a pretty big tree. And you’d expect that Mr. Howe must then have a fairly large house. But he didn’t. His was a two story dwelling that was only 30 feet tall. So, did he just put the tree ...read more
Contributed on Dec 26, 2010
It’s an odd phenomena: people stealing the baby Jesus from Nativity scenes. It’s called the "Stolen Baby Jesus Syndrome." Why would people do that, and what does it tell us about mankind and God?
OPEN: A few years back, Wellington, FL had their baby Jesus stolen two years running. This was a wealthy community and their Jesus was worth around $1800. The third time around they put a GPS inside and traced the thief to her home. But the baby Jesus doesn’t have to be expensive. In 2008, ...read more