I am so convicted. I’m reading The NIV Application Commentary on Revelation by Craig S. Keener (Zondervan 2000) as part of my personal Bible studies/devotions and everything quoted in this post is from that book/author. Besides learning a whole new better way of looking at interpreting Revelation and apocalyptic/prophetic books generally, I am receiving such … Continue reading Need motivation?
What I Wish Everyone Understood and Believed for Eternal Life Written by Beth Inman and Revised 8/27/19 (Please destroy any prior versions you may have.) Introduction: I am writing this document because I feel compelled to do so. I want to share the good news of God's love and His plan for a wonderful eternal … Continue reading What I Wish and Pray For
I'm blessed to be retired from my job, usually with long mornings when I'm not feeling too chipper from Sjogren's Syndrome and autonomic nerve damage (dizziness, orthostatic hypotension)--resulting in the blessing of time at my computer and desk to do Bible study and prayer time. I'm presently studying the Old Testament prophecy books of Ezekiel … Continue reading A strange metaphor
If something terrible happens in your life, do you have the right to blame it on God? If someone you love is taken away from you way too soon, does that give you the right to be angry at God or even to refuse to believe He exists? Why did God allow for evil, death … Continue reading Blaming God?
The Christmas Story -The True Story About Jesus Christ - (With scriptures given in chronological order with companion scriptures). This document was compiled by Beth Inman on December 8, 2016. To God Be the Glory. If you would like me to email you a pdf version of this document, please be in touch. Lord please … Continue reading The True Christmas Story
If this blog post affects you like me, you might want to have some tissues ready. I was driving home from church on a sunny, beautiful fall day recently. My route takes me directly beside the cemeteries near where I live. It always makes me a little sad each time I drive by and remember … Continue reading Cemeteries Don’t Lie
There is a wonderful sermon that was preached by Dr. S. M. Lockridge (March 7, 1913 – April 4, 2000) in Detroit, Michigan in 1976. An excerpt from this sermon has been widely circulated and is available online, at YouTube, etc., entitled "That's My King!" The entire sermon is also available on YouTube. Someone posted … Continue reading “That’s my King!”