Something is missing in Christianity today. For years I’ve tried to put my finger on it. And then when I finally caught it beneath my finger, I spent another few years just trying to articulate precisely what it was that I had caught.
In just these last two hundred years, left biceps have bulged and the Longbow has been pulled before an awestruck multitude. The past two centuries have boasted the magnificence of God in and through the humble lives of obedient men and women of the faith.
I grew up in Colorado. Being a midwestern state, we don’t really have the classic sandy beaches that our coastal U.S. siblings boast. Instead, we have reservoirs with man-made beaches.
Most of us reading this have “jumped,” we’ve “sung,” we’ve “skipped,” and we’ve even “yodeled,” but most of us have never tillered. To tiller is to slowly and purposely bend wood into a desired shape.
There are few things quite so boring as being religious, but there is nothing quite so exciting as being a Christian!
In the following article, taken from a portion of Charles Spurgeon's sermon “The Man of One Subject,” Spurgeon declares that there is one great focus in Christianity—Jesus Christ Himself.
It was the day of A.W. Tozer’s ordination. A group of elders and ministries had gathered around him, prayed, and commissioned him for the ministry at hand.
When I was eight, I invented a solar-powered car. America was facing an energy crisis in the late 1970s, and I for one was not going to sit idly by and let us go down the proverbial tubes.