What kind of world do you want to live in? Seriously. Think about that question. Because the world you want to live in is ultimately the world you get to live in. You might say that the Bible is a story about God letting us live in the world we want while rescuing us from … Continue reading
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Exodus 32 part 1: Changing His Mind
Have you ever read Exodus 32? This chapter is INSANE! I am splitting my response to it into two sections because there is no way 500 words could do it justice. A golden calf. A heated argument. A change of mind. A shocking sight. A murderous rampage. A plea for grace. Not bad. A Golden … Continue reading
Genesis 43: Joseph Is The Man!
The “Brothers J” make the trek back to Egypt for more food from “the man.” In tow is their youngest brother, Benjamin (great name BTW!), whom “the man” wanted to see. Hilarity ensues. Or you could look at Genesis 43 this way: The brothers go through their food really fast. Then Joseph has a cry-fest. … Continue reading
Genesis 27: Bless You II: The Revenge!
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According to dictionary.com, a definition of irony is: an outcome of events contrary to what was, or might have been, expected. This will be important later. I promise. I am going to go ahead and call it: Genesis is about blessing. It is about how God is going to bless one man’s family and about how … Continue reading