God asks no more of believers than was asked of God’s own Son, and our suffering also has purpose, glory, and blessing in it. Continue reading 1 Peter 4: Have Done With Carousing
The ink in Peter’s quill was metaphorically drawn from his own suffering and sacrifice. He wrote about fear and courage because he was face-to-face with it. Continue reading 1 Peter 3: Do Not Fear?
When I first taught the book of Job, I was squarely on one side of this question. But, over the years, learning Hebrew, reading a wider selection of scholarly works, my positioned has been changed, and I share all that research in this twenty minute talk. Continue reading Wife of Job
She could still feel the jealousy, curling around her body, a restless snake, making her nauseous, prickling down her spine. Stifling a sob set another tight wave of pain even through her aching body. Continue reading Jealousy