Judas and the Self

Judas Iscariot killed himself out of overwhelming despair, disappointment and self-disgust. He had committed the worst sort of action and he hated himself for it. He betrayed the Christ and there is no amount of despondency or self-pity which can change that fact. Judas did what he did, and it is set in reality. A...Continue reading

Answering the Question without Answering the Question When They Did Not Want the Answer Anyway

Every group opposed to God joins itself together against Jesus. In the first century there were such notables as: the Pharisees (Matthew 9:34), Sadducees (Mark 12:18), scribes (Luke 9:22), chief priests (John 11:57), elders of the people (Matthew 26:3), Herodians (Mark 3:6), lawyers (Luke 7:30), and rulers (John 12:42). These groups were powerful and resourceful....

A Too Easy Panic

It is a part of American history. On Sunday October 30, 1938 at 8:00 PM (EST) thousands of people tuned their radios to the most popular show of the day: the “Chase and Sanborn Hour” staring Edgar Bergen. At about twelve minutes into the hour, the program went into the musical section of the show.  Most...

Inexperienced and Blind

Proverbs 14:12 There is a way that seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death. Proverbs 16:25 There is a way that seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death.   Those words are repeated in Proverbs for a reason. When a man thinks he...

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