"Where then is thy glorying? It is excluded. By what law? Of deeds doing? Nay, but by the law of faith. For we deem a man to be justified by faith, without works of the law." - Romans 3:27-28 (Wycliffe NT)


"Anytime the Christian makes sense in a Bible study or sermon, you can almost bet your life you're not hearing Christianity."
Pastor Tom Baker



Do you find yourself waiting on God to give you a sign? Maybe you would like Him to appear to you so you know that He is real. Or perhaps you would like Him to grant you a special spiritual gift that makes you feel closer to Him. You may think that any one of those things would be sufficient in God proving His faithfulness or realness to you. But you would miss the mark totally. God does not need to give you a huge obvious sign to make you believe anything. God simply shows us through His written word of what He has done for you and I through His Son Jesus. It is His gift of faith that He supplies to us that brings us to belief in that simple proclamation. We need nothing more. It is sufficient because He is sufficient. Amen.


Lee Higginbotham said...

We had a nice discussion of something in this zone the other day. God isn't a feeling. When you know Him, you know the truth, it doesn't "feel" like anything. Things are just good and you're okay with everything. The only feeling you get is when you're doing something wrong. Then you feel a "feeling" of Him through conscience.

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