Archive for February 9th, 2020

Review – A Matter of Days – Chapter 7 (part 1)

What can a day bring?
It depends on who is doing the bringing.

And context. Crystal clear context.



anchor on boat on body of water Photo by Alexander Mils on

Anchored in Scripture

I love the title of this chapter. As Christians, we should find solid footing for justifying morality, purpose, and doctrine. Now, let’s see what Dr. Ross has to tell us about being anchored in scripture

The opening paragraph reads:

Genesis 1 records a dramatic story: “within six days” God miraculously Transformed a “formless and void” Earth into a well-furnished home for humanity. He then created two human beings, male and female, to live there. How strange that in the awesome scope of this account the meaning of one word, “day,” should become the focus of ferocity. Is the length of a creation day 24 hours? Or can the word “day” refer to millions of years?

Speaking of “how strange”…how strange is it for someone to read the text of Genesis 1 and be struck with the reflection, ‘I wonder if the…

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This Sunday at Church: Ask others what they read during the week

As a local leader, it is actually in my job description to do this. However, as a Christian, each of us is called to encourage each other in truth, and the best way is to make sure we are each reading our Bibles!


The Domain for Truth

Within this series I will have a mini-series on reading.  This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following: Ask others what they read during the week.

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VerseD: Hebrews 4:12

For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.
Hebrews 4:12, ESV

God’s Word reveals our every and deepest sins and intentions, but it also reveals God’s endless love and grace for those who call on Christ’s name.