John 18:28 really annoys me

“Then they took Jesus from Caiaphas to the governor’s headquarters. It was early morning. They did not enter the headquarters themselves; otherwise they would be defiled and unable to eat the Passover.” I think it would be easy to just take this verse and be annoyed or angry at the soldiers and temple police forContinue reading “John 18:28 really annoys me”

A Bible verse so relevant to unmarried men…

There’s a verse in the Bible that has never been more relevant to me as a 42-year-old unmarried man than John 4:27. If any of you out there are also an adult who didn’t get married in your 20s or 30s, and you have young nieces or nephews, this verse probably applies to you, too.Continue reading “A Bible verse so relevant to unmarried men…”

How Peter Would Have Reacted to the Empty Tomb… by Decade

As Easter is upon us, I thought about what Peter, who ran this far to the tomb after hearing Jesus was no longer in it, would say if it were recent decades. With mixed feelings of confusion, doubt, and maybe excitement and wonder, here are a few guesses for each decade. 1950s… 1960s… 1970s… 1980s…Continue reading “How Peter Would Have Reacted to the Empty Tomb… by Decade”

Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches

I’ll start this post off by saying it is my intention to always refer to the Democrat executive duo as Harris/Biden (listing Harris first) because most of America can see the writing on the wall: If elected, it’s only a matter of time until Kamala Harris becomes President. And I’m not saying it’ll be inContinue reading “Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches”

This is rocking my world right now

I’ve written about a book I picked up from Thriftsmart here in Nashville, a book by William Barclay in the Daily Bible Study Series- the Letter to the Hebrews. You can read that post here but as odd as it may be, I can’t help but write about it again. Just in the past fewContinue reading “This is rocking my world right now”