The story is told of a seasoned woodsman who was accustomed to cutting wood the traditional way with his manual handsaw. He strongly resisted advances in electrical technology to make his job easier. One day, a local hardware owner tried to sell him an electric
I am enjoying the privilege of spending lots of time studying Mark 14 and our Lord’s march to the cross to redeem his people from the slavery of sin, Satan, and death. I keep wanting to shout, “Hallelujah! what a Saviour!” Having just studied Jesus
Psalm 16 teaches us about building confidence. Paul quotes it in Acts 13:35 as a prophecy of Jesus’ resurrection. But let us not forget that David wrote this in the context of his own trials. While God inspired David’s words in such a way that
“I believe, help my unbelief.” So said the father as he entrusted his son to Jesus for deliverance from the malevolent and malicious demon (Mark 9:14–24). Anton recently mentioned this account in his excellent article on trusting God (“Trust God and Keep Your Powder Dry”).