John Claypool draws on a medieval fable to illustrate, amongst other things, how circumstances often subvert our sense of self.
Issachar shows us that nothing about anyone’s life is sealed except one decides to seal it one’s self.
We demonstrate our love for God by our obedience to his instructions. Love by obedience.
'Right believing', confession and profession have nothing to do with Calling. What we’re called to do draws from the habits of our hearts.
Jesus taught to seek first the kingdom of God and it’s righteousness so let’s seek some of that anointing on Enoch.
The practice of justice and judgement is the starting point for engaging with heaven.
The story of Puah and Shiphrah is an instance of godliness without religion.
The love of God is universal to all mankind. I believe it, not because it's what I've been taught but because it's true.
The Church exists to draw men unto Christ, to make them little Christs.