Last week we saw Jesus in anguish, pouring out His heart in prayer. The conclusion was that Jesus resolved to become the sin-bearer and endure the wrath of God in order to provide a pathway back to the Father. Today,… Read More
On this day in 1978 the following words were spoken by Alexander Solzhenitsyn at Harvard’s Commencement address: “The West has finally achieved the rights of man, and even to excess, but man’s sense of responsibility to God and society has… Read More
A man will not be established by wickedness, but the root of the righteous will not be moved. Proverbs 12:3 Charles Swindoll reminds of a warning we all need to heed: “I want to be quite direct with you. Secular… Read More
In 998, a ruthless Viking army raided the Dorset countryside in southwest England near the rural Cernel monastery. Forty-something-year-old Aelfric, a monk at Cernel, responded to this national—and, to him, universal—crisis by creating three homiletic collections (about 120 sermons), the… Read More
Kirk Cameron (Growing Pains and Way of the Master), tells of his commitment to only kiss his wife even if he is acting! In a day of weak morals and wimpy men, this story is refreshing!