When We Look More Like Pharisees Than Jesus

A Brief Biblical Principle from our lesson on John 8:1-11: NOTE: I am well aware of the debate as to whether or not this particular passage was in the autographs/originals when written by the hand of John.  I did cover this topic at length in class.  I will address it in a blog later on.  … Continue reading When We Look More Like Pharisees Than Jesus

Jesus’ Bloodiest Sermon

A Brief Biblical Principle from our lesson on John 6:60-71: Following Jesus’ “Bloodiest Sermon”, he offers an invitation to appropriate his message to embrace him not merely as a good teacher or miracle worker, but as Messiah, Lord and Savior.  Far from the responses we’ve witnessed at a Billy Graham Crusade, John records: “From this … Continue reading Jesus’ Bloodiest Sermon

How to Silence a Fool

“For it is God’s will that by doing good you should silence the ignorant talk of foolish men.” (1 Peter 2:15) We’re always making an impact on someone, somewhere – “leaving a mark” of sorts. Sometimes positively. Other times, not so positively. Years ago, Focus on the Family radio host, Mike Trout, admitted to having … Continue reading How to Silence a Fool