What do you want? I know it sounds like one of those trick questions, where you know the answer you shouldgive, even though it’s not the answer you want to give. But think about it for a moment: What do you want? In 1959, Barrett
Solomon’s wisdom does not only apply in pre-empting unwise decisions but also in addressing situations where one is snared by an unwise decision.
Recently my wife and I faced a challenge that involved an unexpected expense. As we discussed the way forward, I said something to this effect, “We have been putting money away for situations such as this. We have been saving for a rainy day and
The writer has spent twelve chapters highlighting that the new covenant is so much better than the old covenant. But with the privileges of such a great covenant come great ethical responsibilities. Hebrews 13 identifies some of these. These covenantal responsibilities are, for the most