Luke 6: 40-42 “A disciple is not above his teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like his teacher. Why do you see the speck that is in your brother’s eye but do not notice the log that is in your own eye? How can you say to your brother: ‘Brother, let me … Continue reading Your log, my speck… Wait, that’s not it.
Here are some great links that I believe will be worth your while: WE ARE HYPOCRITES, Amy Henry: "According to a new Barna study, 51 percent of Christians have attitudes and actions more like those of the hypocritical, self-righteous Pharisees than of Jesus." IS BAD DOCTRINE A SIN? Michael Patton: "I suppose that I want … Continue reading Blog Break (08 May 13)
It's been awhile since I posted the last Blog Break. I guess the tension after the general elections here in Kenya have re-organized all our schedules as we wait for the final poll results to be announced. Here are four links to articles that I found worth sharing and re-reading: TEACHABILITY. This post was written … Continue reading Blog Break (6 Mar 13)
"Salvation belongs to the LORD." Psalm 3:8a Some words are easier said than believed, and the words above are no exception. Do we really believe that salvation belongs to the LORD, and entirely so? I am not sure I always do. What happened last week is just one of many awakening reminders. I was at … Continue reading Unmoved by the Gospel
As followers of Christ, we don’t always need to travel across borders to find souls in need of a Savior. More often than not, we don’t even need to step out of our houses to find a soul in need of our witness. And though this could come as a shocker, we don’t even need … Continue reading The Salvation of a Hypocrite