Posts from July 2014

Daniel’s Resurrection Hope

Winston Churchill said of Russia: it is “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” After months of studying Daniel for the 14 sermons I preached from it, I find these words strikingly apposite to describe much of this book of prophecy. So many parts of Daniel are as opaque as they are fascinating:…

The ABC’s of Family Devotions

Do you have family devotions in your home? Does your family read Scripture and pray together on a regular basis? If not, I urge you to start a routine of family worship. Don’t just relegate the worship of God to Sunday at church, but bring a little bit of church into your home. It’s one…

Christ the Lord of History

Henry Ford famously quipped, “history is bunk.” Which is to say, why let the past distract us from the possibilities of the present and the future? Perhaps as good an indication as any that most Americans share Ford’s disdain of the past are the programs featured by the (so-called)¬†History Channel. Turn it on and you’ll…