Over at Christdot, a thread popped up about a free copy of the Koran (Quran). Being interested in apologetics I decided to grab a free copy in order to systematically dismantle it’s teaching. When I did so I was presented with a page telling me the response has been overwhelming and they’d get the order to me asap. Ok, I can live with that. But to let others know what I was doing, I responded to the thread and made what I thought was a simple comment: “…Evidently the quest for free lies has been enormous.” Immediately I was pounced upon (small surprise) for calling the Koran a lie. (And this at Christ dot not allah dot.) So I responded with a brief discourse and ended with a proof of the Koran being a book of lies. Here, for your viewing pleasure is the abbreviated reply I made: “…I am a Christian, I believe that the Bible is God’s only inspired word. The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ is THE son of God -born of a virgin. Jesus lived a life just like ours in function but void of sin; in other words he was perfect in every respect. He is the complete embodiment of perfect God and of man. When he was in his thirties he was nailed to a […]
Psalm 86 is profound in it’s personal application to me. Years ago on one of my first reads through the Bible I stopped stunned at verse 11. “Teach me Your way, O Lord; I will walk in Your truth; Unite my heart to fear Your name.” Unite my heart David prayed – crying out to God with the ultimate self-revelation. He declared here to God that he wanted to love the Lord with all his heart but failed consistently because his heart was consistently given to two or more masters. Is this not most frequently our problem? Is this not where we find ourselves too often? Let us make this day our prayer that God will slash and burn all my other masters and will himself unite my wayward and weak heart to fear him alone. Then true wisdom can begin.
For anyone who has ever imagined that suffering only happens to the
godless – they simply haven't read the Bible.
Find me one character, one person in the Bible who did not suffer for