Tag Archive | romans

The City of Good and Evil

The City of Good and Evil

  “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Romans 12:2 ESV) These are Paul’s words to the Romans, but are easily applicable today. Paul lived in a […]

The Sower of Discord

I always know God is getting ready to do something new, because it’s always in the moment just before the Lord’s plan steps into the light that the adversary turns his thumbscrews on me. It never fails. The past couple weeks have been no exception. I can’t really get into what God has in store […]

Respect My Authority?

I had a discussion this week with a friend and he mentioned that as a Christian, I should respect the office of the president of the United States of America even though I may not agree with the person holding the position. I understand the sentiment but I simply do not agree. I disagree with […]

The Meaning of Life

For the past several days I’ve been pondering the question, “Why do we create?” I thought I completely understood the answer, but I wasn’t sure. I still don’t know if I can articulate it properly now, but I’ll try. In writing this, I discovered that the question is not so simple, and amounts to nothing […]