A Father Offers His Son should be published in the next few months! I expect to send the manuscript to my editor this week. The Introduction (below) will give you a good idea what to expect. If you like what you read, please consider: Joining the Facebook Launch Team for A Father Offers His Son. […]
Romans 8:28 says, “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.” If I had to choose only one example of this verse coming true in my life, it would be my brother’s death. My only sibling, Jason, was fourteen months […]
Trials can make God look cruel, but James 5:11 says that even with Job God was still “very compassionate and merciful.” Here are four reasons that’s true!
After Job suffered, he served as one of the clearest types of Christ in the Old Testament. Job longed for his Mediator, Advocate, and Redeemer throughout his trials, and then he became a picture of the Person, Jesus Christ, to his friends. 1. Job’s Sacrifice and Intercession Turned Away God’s Wrath Job 42:7-8—And so it […]
The Book of Job provides some of the greatest revelation of the Messiah in the Old Testament. Although Job didn’t have the revelation that we have, he still looked forward to a Mediator, Advocate, and Redeemer. Centuries later, Jesus revealed Himself to be the reality and substance of Job’s words. Job Needed a Mediator He longed […]
Paul asked, “Have [the Jews] stumbled that they should fall? Certainly not!” (Romans 11:11a). Stumbling is not the same as falling, and we can see the difference between the two by considering two men who had much in common. Who does this describe? A well-known man received a unique opportunity when Jesus asked him to […]