The agape love of the New Testament is not a feeling; it is a disposition of the will, I think. I came to 1 Corinthians 13 in my Bible reading … Continue reading Love is . . .
The music grabbed me before the words. Jean Sibelius’ “Finlandia” touches me at a very deep place. The melody slides into my soul and resonates there. Years ago, when I … Continue reading From melody to peace
Science reveals interesting things — take for instance, the importance of compassion. A recent article in Science magazine highlighted the decades-long work of Avshalom Caspi and Terrie Moffitt. They have … Continue reading Watching people obliges us to compassion
A blaring emergency horn blows in our neighborhood on the first Saturday of each month. It is a practice warning. And then there is that warning we occasionally hear on … Continue reading This is a test of God’s emergency warning system
There is so much grace wrapped up in Romans 14 — the grace we should have for others in the faith. Accept anyone who is weak in faith, but don’t … Continue reading Romans 14 speaks of grace toward other believers
There’s a lot of good advice in Romans 12, so I wanted to simplify it. Here’s my summary of Romans 12, stressing what we are to do: Christians, present your … Continue reading Here’s a short take on Romans 12
Here’s a transcript of this two-minute video: Continuing Conversion: A Short Video by Ferrell Foster When it comes to living the Christian life one of the challenges we face is that … Continue reading Video: Continuing Conversion