Weeping and Wailing: The Death of Rebel (2 Samuel 18; Psalm 26)

Weeping and Wailing: The Death of Rebel (2 Samuel 18; Psalm 26)

Scripture reading – 2 Samuel 18; Psalm 26 Click on this link to translate this Bible study into Russian, Arabic, Chinese, German, Spanish, French, or Portuguese. Our Scripture reading is 2 Samuel 18 and Psalm 26. Today’s devotional is focused solely on 2 Samuel...
The Third Generation: A Tragic Rejection of Spiritual Leadership (Judges 3)

The Third Generation: A Tragic Rejection of Spiritual Leadership (Judges 3)

Click on this link for translations of today’s devotion. Scripture reading – Judges 3 Today’s Scripture reading introduced a new era in Israel’s history, as the LORD began to raise up judges to rule the nation. Why judges and not a king? Because the LORD...
I am looking for conservative Christian School Teachers who “Have it bad, but are praying for something good!”

I am looking for conservative Christian School Teachers who “Have it bad, but are praying for something good!”

I lived and ministered in a church in a suburb north of Detroit from 1979-1985. I remember TV commercials of Florida in the winter that stated, “When you need it bad, we’ve got it good! Come to Florida!” This is your invitation to do that and with...
The Failure of Third Generation Leaders: They Tend to Lack the Convictions and Spiritual Fortitude of Their Fore-fathers (Judges 1; Judges 2)

The Failure of Third Generation Leaders: They Tend to Lack the Convictions and Spiritual Fortitude of Their Fore-fathers (Judges 1; Judges 2)

Click on this link for translations of today’s devotion. Scripture reading: Judges 1-2 The Book of Judges began with a statement indicating a leadership void that followed Joshua’s death. We read, “Now after the death of Joshua it came to pass, that the children...

Bob Jones University: A Reflection from the “Back Pew” and Lessons Learned from the Front Pew

From the author: This article is a brief departure from my daily devotional commentaries; however, it is a necessary one to sound a warning knell to some of my readers. I am not publishing this piece to stir up controversy or heap sorrow upon sorrow. Yet, I dare not...