170. Put the jar in its place

I realize I am rambling on about jars and vessels, assuming you all have read the Old Testament stories that I heard at my mother’s knee.  She was a real storyteller.  If she told you the story of a book she read, there was no need for you to read the book – it will…

169. The jar remains full

It is a privilege to talk about the highest principles of life.  It is the marvel of the Bible.  I appreciate the theologians and apologists and other academics of various disciplines and love to listen to them.  I thank God for them.  They study the big questions; those that David says he avoids (Psalms 131:1). There…