Everyone must be quick to hear, slow to speak and slow to anger; for the anger of man does not achieve the righteousness of God. – James 1:19-20
I walked in the door today to find a family friend visiting my son. It’s a work day, and I had been away from my desk for an hour, so I checked my email (more…)
Last time we talked about how it’s biblical to pray for healing, and such prayers don’t have to be to the exclusion of outreach to the lost. But we ended with a caveat: We must stop praying for healing when God says no, as He did to Paul.
“Concerning this I implored the Lord three times that it might leave me. And (more…)
We all know someone who needs healing. Sometimes it’s a serious short-term illness; sometimes it’s chronic or even incurable. The logical response is prayer, except when it seems illogical.
Today I learned a man I admire exceedingly has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, a death sentence by conventional wisdom. And how I pray for him says something about my faith.
I serve a (more…)