A wave of interest about where we came from recently sprang up. It’s only natural, since the evolutionary story presented to us since childhood doesn’t answer how we fit into our convoluted world. In Paul Gaugin’s self-proclaimed finest painting, “Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?”, he answers the title’s… Continue reading Genesis 10: Table of Nations
I've been busy in Peru, but I wanted to take the time to share a poem with you on God's wonderful sovereignty, and how we can rest on Him amid our struggles.
God has big plans for all of us. In fact, God's revealed will for mankind can be found in all sixty six books of the Bible. But because this is a blog post and not a dissertation, here are three things that Genesis 9 reveals about God's plans for us!
Noah was stuck in the ark for 150 days. This seems like a lot of days for me, especially without knowing the end date. But we're called to patience and faith--so how do we trust God in the face of trials?
We tend to view acts of self-preservation as either heroic (hello, self-esteem camp!) or selfish (hello, self-effacing camp!). But where does God stands on this issue?