He'd move mountains for us, stay up all night talking to us, pour out blessings so that we won't have room for them. How can we resist that? How do we give that energy right on back to Him?
Is there one list of doctrines that you must believe in order to be saved? Will every saved person believe the same thing? Is there one denomination that has the truth? What do you think? Is there? Have you found it?
When's the last time you spiced up your relationship with God? Did something new? Changed it up?
Do you think everything God asks you to do is fair?
Men ejaculate, women have periods. What's the big deal? Declaring them "unclean" until evening? Making them offer sacrifices? Why did God make the Israelites go through all of that? Is that shaming?
Why can't we just be good people? Why do we suck so bad all the time? I think Leviticus 14 has an answer.
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'm not into spontaneity. If you you look up "spontaneous" in the dictionary, my picture will be listed among the antonyms. It's just not who I am. I need to prepare. So when an acquaintance dropped a random group lunch invitation on me this morning, I knew I needed to get out of it. … Continue reading No Excuses (Leviticus 5)
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: When is the last time you had a big fight with someone - and you were the one at fault? I don't know about you, but those are some dark times. Not only have you done something terrible, you've hurt someone in the process. What can you do to fix the problem you've caused? … Continue reading Think About What You’ve Done (Leviticus 1)