Tag Archives: children of light

We Belong to the Day

The day we’re living in might not be “that day”, but it is the day we belong to. Unlike “that day”, this day hasn’t come upon us as a thief in the night. Been more like a slow rolling tsunami … Continue reading

Posted in 1Thessalonians | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Not the Opposite

Jesus and His disciples sailed to the country of the Gerasenes, which, writes Luke, “is opposite Galilee” (Luke 8:26). The region of the Gerasenes was “over against” the land of Galilee. And as I hover over this passage in Luke … Continue reading

Posted in Luke | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Come Into the Light

It was kind of a bottom-line thing for John–or rather, for God, who spoke through John by the Holy Spirit. The tell-tale, spiritual indicator as to when the heart of sin, rebellion, and disbelief is at play. Pretty simple to … Continue reading

Posted in John | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

DIDO

Been a long time since I’ve hung out in the computer programming world. So long that I don’t think its called computer programming anymore. Now it’s about software development. So I don’t really know if in that world they still … Continue reading

Posted in Matthew | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

God’s People

Never been a nomad, always had a place to hang my hat, a fixed address to go home to every night. Can’t really say I understand what it’s like to be an exile, a stranger in a foreign land–not even … Continue reading

Posted in 1Peter | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Children of the Day

We belong to the day. That’s who we are. Reminded of that as I read the first part of 1Thessalonians 5 this morning. So much confusion around identity these days, around what defines us and gives us meaning. And confusion … Continue reading

Posted in 1Thessalonians | Tagged , , | Leave a comment