Monday, March 14, 2011
On The Box
As I sat in the van with the Living Waters team, I prayed that God would get the 12 of us to the Louisiana Transformed Conference safely, and that He would give us “divine encounters.” I wanted the cross paths with people He had well-prepared--similar to the well-prepared woman at the well, in John chapter four.
Posted by steve at 12:13 PM
Stone the Preacher
Last week I had the opportunity to attend the “Shepherds’ Conference,” an inspiring, equipping event hosted by Grace Community Church, which had over 3,000 pastors and leaders in attendance. It was refreshing and exhilarating to hear the Word of God preached accurately, God exalted highly, and His Son, Jesus, worshiped rightly
Posted by steve at 12:10 PM
Doulos Iesou Christou
The following appeared as a Letter to the Editor, on Sunday, March 13, 2011. It is written by Rev. Canon Lynn Jay, rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Jay wrote the letter in response to a letter I wrote, which was printed on March 6, 2011.
Posted by steve at 12:09 PM
Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog
An atheist can't blame God for the earthquake that recently took so many lives in Japan. As much as he would like to, he can't say "God-did-it!" because he thinks there's no evidence for God. Blaming Him for it would make as much sense as his blaming Snow White for a snow storm.
Posted by steve at 12:07 PM
Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Christian News,
In today’s verses, John wants us to know “that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (v. 31). But why is it so important that we believe He is God’s Son? The most obvious reason is because our salvation, and therefore our eternal destiny, depends upon our faith in this truth. But after salvation, Christ’s divine identity should continue to affect us.
Posted by steve at 11:03 AM
Harvest Daily Devotion for 3/14/2011: "The Secret of Spiritual Growth"
Imagine if I planted a tree in my front yard, but after awhile, I decided it would look better in my backyard. Then after a few months, I realized it would be better in the front yard. So I dig it up and plant it again in the front yard. Not only will that tree fail to flourish, but it also will struggle to just survive.
Posted by steve at 10:47 AM