A Christian ought to seek to understand the Almighty God as much as possible through the Scriptures.  Tozer’s The Knowledge of the Holy brings the reader along this pursuit.  I loved following his train of thought.  The book is an easy read, yet the concepts are of such depth that you can’t help but pause often to contemplate and thank...

Is a Christian is technically allowed to drink?  Is it just a matter of conscience as long as we don’t offend anyone?  I believe technically God desires that we don’t drink at all, so that we are sure we don’t offend God. It reminds me of my own tendency to roll through a stop sign instead of stopping completely.  What’s the law?  The sign says to stop.  “Aw, but I sort of stopped!”  Well no.  I...

I get a little annoyed with the concept of “balancing the Christian life”, though I have to admit that to some extent I do balance a lot of things in my life.  But when should I strike a balance, and when am I to see black and white?  Is life a series of black and white value judgments, or are we to live in moderation in all things?  I think about this often.  Does the Bible teach absolutes absolutely?  Does the Bible teach some principles...

“To everything there is a season…a time to rend and a time to sew” (Ecc. 3:7) “My transgression is sealed up in a bag, and Thou sewest up mine iniquity.” (Job 14:17)   It’s a work in progress!  The Log Cabin pattern is one of my favorites!  I’ve been working on this for about a year now.  One of these...

It seems gimmicky, but I highly recommend this book!  I have two very good readers after having worked through this book.  This was recommended to me by several homeschooling moms that I know, all of which have good readers.  It must be understood, though, that this is not a grammar book.  This is simply teaching a child to read the words in front of him.  It uses mainly phonics, but also incorporates memorization of “funny words”.   After...

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