74. Delivered, baptized and … uh-oh, the desert?

Do you know the story? The drama of dreams, kidnapping, lies, slavery, prison, more dreams and then the palace of ancient Egypt at the climax of its civilization – gosh, no wonder Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote an extremely successful musical about it. God delivers Jacob’s family from famine in the story of Joseph, when he…

73. One day to another – no greater contrast ever.

I grew up with Good Friday. I cannot remember all of them well, but I know they were there. For a period of at least twenty five years, Easter weekend was engulfed in a church tradition called camp meeting time – a period of ten days every year when going to church and socializing with…

72. Words of blood for my future.

Oh, the uncertainty, the dread, the misty outlook, the hesitant gaze upon a path covered in the fog of the time span called the future. To us it is not revealed; to God it is known. Like death, the future is a mystery belonging to God.  “The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but those things which are revealed belong to…

71. Come out – where are you?

Are you with me? Way, way back when the story of the Bible began, let us walk with Adam and Eve into the well-known disaster describing the birth of all destruction and devastation. Twisting the magnificence and glory in God’s promise of bounty and beauty, Satan sows doubt in Eve’s thinking and make her think…