Cut the Pain

Originally posted on Wrestling with Faith – Dancing with Jesus:
I’m seeing things I don’t want to see and hearing things I don’t want to hear. I’m living a life, I do not want. I’m in a war zone! Lord, we get what we need and not always what we want. But I don’t think…

This week’s Bible study will be part one of Luke chapter 7

On Faith, Healing, Jesus and John the Baptist [Luke chapter 7, verses 1-23] To view this on my website, click here! 🙂 Last week when we concluded our dissection of Luke chapter 6, we left off at the parable Jesus told at the conclusion to his Sermon on the Mount about the wise and the […]

John Glenn, Man of Faith

John Glenn Saw No Conflict Between Faith and Science by Pastor Paul J. Bern STS-95 crew member, astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn poses for his official NASA photo taken April 14, 1998. Photo courtesy of NASA via Reuters For by Him all things were created; things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible…all […]

This week’s Bible study will be 1st Corinthians chapter 10, verses 1-17

Warnings From Israel’s History [1st Corinth. 10, 1-17] In this week’s Bible study I will begin the 10th chapter of the 1st book of Corinthians. In the closing verses of chapter 9, Paul was exhorting the early church at Corinth to “run the race in such a way as to win the prize”, which refers […]

This week’s Bible study will be 1st Corinthians chapter 6 (part one)

Of Lawsuits And Judgments [1st Corinthians 6, verses 1 through11] In today’s chronological study of the writings of the apostle Paul, we will examine the first half of First Corinthians chapter six. We’ll tackle the second half next week because there is so much in this chapter that to breeze through it in one lesson […]

This week’s Bible study is on 1st Corinthians chapter 5

You Can’t Have It Both Ways [1st Corinthians chapter 5] In today’s Bible study we will move on to First Corinthians chapter five. In this particular chapter the apostle Paul gives the church at Corinth a real good scolding for putting up with evil and immorality within their church. This passage of Scripture is just […]

Occupy Wall St has set up shop in Hong Kong. What took them so long?

I Was Just Wondering Why More Christians Don’t “Occupy” or Count Themselves Among “the 99%” by Rev. Paul J. Bern In light of all the recent news reports about the rioting in Hong Kong and the civil war in Syria, I have recently concluded that either an Occupy-style political movement, or the formation of active […]