Month: February 2018

A Prisoner for Christ

Prisoners are captives. Labeled guilty for some transgression, they are incarcerated. Held against their will with personal freedoms revoked, they are at the mercy of their jailer. Although considered blameworthy, many prisoners are innocent of the evil they have been… Read More ›

God's Voice

The Bible tells us that believers can hear the voice of God. We recognize it, not so much as an audible voice but as an inner knowing. We perceive and grasp when our Master speaks. “My sheep hear My voice,… Read More ›

Surf's Up

“Surf’s up,” the young man yells. He grabs his surf board and rushes toward the water. The waves crash against the shore and wading out toward the vast raging sea the young man jumps onto his board and paddles frantically… Read More ›

Seasoned Like Salt

Salt seasons—salt causes flavor to come alive. In the book of Job we read this question, “Can that which is unsavory be eaten without salt?” Is there any taste in the white of an egg? The answer is obviously no…. Read More ›

To Be Honest With God

Sometimes I will get into a disagreement with my wife. We’ll be sitting at the kitchen table, it will get tense, and Joyce will say, “Adrian, you’re wrong.” And I’ll respond, “No, I’m not wrong.” She says, “You are wrong,… Read More ›