In the Gospel of John 7:37-52, Jesus tells us in part, “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me, and let the one who believes in me drink. As the scripture has said, ‘Out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water.’”
St. John’s explanation of these words of Jesus is, “Now he said this about the
The thing that troubled me most as I began to seek the Lord in my life was the permanence of it all. In seeking security in God I also experienced a sense of not being able to turn back to my old ways. The more that the knowledge of God was raining on me, the more afraid I became
We should be thankful that God does not operate like the folks in the fairs and carnivals that take your good money to play a game that is almost impossible to win.
The phrase they shout at their clientele when 99 percent of them can’t win the game is, “Close, but no cigar!” This phrase goes back 100 years when
Another Thanksgiving has come and gone, but shouldn’t we continue to be thankful for the blessings of this life? We say there are lots of things in life that we’re not thankful for, but should that stop us from being thankful? I once worked for a man who had a saying something like this: ‘Work is being in a