Home / Tag Archives: God’s way

Tag Archives: God’s way

Do I Have to Do It God’s Way?

Most families have tried and true ways of accomplishing tasks that are handed down from one generation to the next. Whether remedy, time-saver, or safety measure, these ways of getting something done have been passed along because they work. It was the Gallaher Cigarette Company in England that packed convenient ...

Read More »

Questions atheists Tend to Ask, Part 4

Why are Christians who claim to be moral so intolerant? What is tolerance? Is tolerance a virtue? The dictionary gives the following definition: “a fair, objective, and permissive attitude toward opinions, beliefs, and practices that differ from one’s own.” Tolerance is not found among the four cardinal virtues of temperance, prudence, ...

Read More »

Afraid to Let Go

  Why do we have trouble surrendering control? Is it fear or wanting control? Do you feel that you have been let down by God or people? Whatever the reason when we fail to surrender completely to the Lord we say we do not trust God or His ways. We ...

Read More »

Derailed on the Way to Heaven

Recently, an Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia leaving eight people dead and over two hundred transported to the hospital. Still uncertain of the specific root cause behind the speed of the train, investigators are trying to identify and pinpoint a potential connection to the engineer, Brandon Bostian who is currently ...

Read More »

Our Hope: Who Do You Listen To?

“Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers” (Psalm 1:1). We often listen to those who are not quite who they pretend to be, or who we perceive them to ...

Read More »