Upon walking out of Walmart, I saw a small BMW tattooed like the car in the photo here. It’s fairly easy to learn more than you care to know about eager bumper sticker-ers and their views.
One tat caught my eye. It read “God is too big for one religion.” Of course, that came at me like “Well, son, wadda got to say about that!” I deliberated and then I thought about you.
So how do you respond to this? I’d really appreciate your answer.
The Flavor Graveyard
John Hyun, NC-ND
I took a tour of the Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury, Vermont, a few years ago. It was very interesting to see how the yummy dessert is made; and the free samples were a plus.
The neatest and most unexpected attraction, however, rested several yards away from the building on a hillock beneath a canopy of trees. It’s the Flavor Graveyard. Continue reading
Psalm 100 is one of the most loved psalms—“Make a joyful noise to the Lord!” It really is the Bible’s protocol for worshiping God: Shout with joy and express your gratitude! Ascribe honor and acknowledge his greatness. Continue reading
This is a current issues post that is not characteristic of this blog. Some of you might disagree with me on this one. That’s okay. I welcome any discussion you wish to contribute. Continue reading
We all have experienced moments we wished wouldn’t end. They may have been intimate scenes or silly, fun ones.
For instance, I recall an exquisite piece of carrot cake that nearly raptured me. And the time I stepped into a pâtisserie famished from trekking and getting my first taste of flan. I could have eaten a pan of it. Continue reading
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“God hides big messages in plain sight.”
from The Spectacle of Grace
What I’ve loved most about teaching the scriptures is watching illumination dawn in someone’s heart. You can literally see it in their face. “I’ve never seen it that way!” they will say or “You make it so plain.” Continue reading
Paul expresses that the minister, as one bearing the fragrant knowledge of Christ, is also himself an aroma to God (2 Cor. 2:14-15). Yet this scent smells differently to believers and the lost. Continue reading