Could someone recognize you or me as a child of God? Or were we switched at birth?
Judges 17 is a short chapter, but it doesn't need many verses to tell us one of the strangest stories in the Bible thus far.
Gideon couldn't take it anymore. But could God?
There are a lot of different kinds of laws in Deuteronomy 22, but a couple of them teach us how to treat each other. Guess what? We don't follow them.
Summary: I can't hear the phrase "whatever it takes" without thinking about the Avengers. Yes, I saw Avengers: Endgame, and like everyone else, I relished the scene where, well, the Avengers did whatever it took. They pulled out all the stops, risked life and limb, and sacrificed themselves in order to fight evil. It made … Continue reading Whatever It Takes (Leviticus 8)
Summary: I remember going to my first Broadway show. It was Lion King, and it was fantastic. My best friend and I made it to the show just in time, running up the stairs past a glittery woman in an elephant costume and scooting past seatmates as the lights dimmed and the first song began. After … Continue reading The Money Secret They Don’t Want You To Know (Leviticus 7)
Summary: What's a routine or habit or process that you get super anal about? Like you have to have things exactly this way or else you get kind of annoyed. I have this problem a lot. For example, if someone interrupts my TV/food time and talks my head off, I feel like I'm being personally … Continue reading The Love In The Law (Leviticus 6)
Summary: They say the Internet makes people bold, but it can make a wimp out of you too. Sure, you can send mean, racist, and offensive messages anonymously all you want, but if you use social media with your real name, you had better think twice before you post, share, or like. So many people … Continue reading Walk Of Shame (Leviticus 4)
Summary: I really love food. I love food so much, I don't even have a favorite food because I will just eat anything you put in front of me - as long as it's vegan. I get giddy when I find a new restaurant to try and I am actually jealous of people who post … Continue reading You Are What You Eat (Leviticus 2)
Summary: I kind of hate it when people ask that question. First of all, I have no idea. Second of all, why does it matter whether or not I can answer that question? After all, your answer is always judged. Have you set your sights too high or too low? Do you have purpose in … Continue reading Where Do You See Yourself In Twenty Years? (Exodus 39)