Recently, we sang the decades-old song by Jack Hayford: “Majesty.” Its lyrics are simple but, well, majestic: Majesty, worship his majesty: Unto Jesus be all glory, honour and praise. Majesty, kingdom, authority: Flows from his throne, unto his own, his anthem raise. In the passage
How does Christian hope express itself? Christian hope is not expressed by a life of escapism or by pride in our own efforts. Christian hope is founded on a single truth: the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus the Messiah. First Corinthians 15:50–58 show
Many things that we now take for granted began in very small, unnoticed ways and, often, in out-of-the-way places. For example, Microsoft began in a college dorm room by a young man who would soon drop out of university. Apple had a similarly inauspicious beginning.
In the December 2017 edition of the National Geographic magazine, American archaeologist-turned-journalist, Kristin Romey, contributed a story titled, “What Archaeology is Telling Us about the Real Jesus.” She writes, not as one doubting the existence of a person named Jesus of Nazareth (though she acknowledges