By the time you read this, you may already have seen “the handshake”—the one between President Donald Trump and the newly elected President of France, Emmanuel Macron. If it was not so pathetic, it would be funny. Two world leaders behaved like big time wrestlers.
At a recent conference in which I was involved, a black Namibian brother told me of a prayer meeting he had tried to arrange in his church. He told me that several of the white farmers, rather than joining that prayer meeting, had decided to
In our previous study of Ephesians, we examined quite deliberately the opening half of this verse. Though not being drunk with wine is not the main point of the passage, nevertheless, understanding this exhortation is paramount if we will understand the importance of the second
I have never personally experienced this, but I have seen in various places that when a driver is suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol, one of the tests that they must pass is walking in a straight line. The philosophy is simple: How