Many of us carry around the burden of unfilled hopes and prayers, but we can learn from the examples of unmet expectations in the Bible. We don’t always realize how much more God has in store for us than what we initially anticipated.
Read Post / April 13, 2018
Apparent disparities between the KJV and ESV are the result of (1) variants between the sources from which they were translated and (2) word choices made by the translators. Let’s consider the differences when these Bible versions are compared.
Read Post / March 15, 2018
Luke was willing to travel thousands of hard miles, speak to possibly hundreds of eyewitnesses, and painstakingly compile every detail of Jesus’ life and ministry into a coherent, orderly account for the sake of—the Gospel of Luke was written to whom?
Read Post / March 14, 2018
Who was Luke in the Bible? He’s a seemingly insignificant doctor willing to go to great lengths to convert a single man. His efforts to persuade Theophilus of the truth are still impacting people two-thousand years later.
Read Post / January 11, 2018
“The Magnificat” is the joyful, surprisingly eloquent response of Mary at the thought of giving birth to the Lamb of God, calling us to worship our Savior.
Read Post / December 17, 2017