Fire and Brimstone

I learned something new the other day. Ever since discovering¬†that many of the words translated as “Hell, Hades, etc” are actually not correct (see my other post on He Descended into Hell), I have been trying to dig deeper into the other words associated with the idea of “Hell.” How many of you have heard … More Fire and Brimstone

Food for Thought

I am still getting pulled back to the first few chapters of Genesis, the story of Noah in particular. Remember the movie Noah? In one scene, men kill an animal. When asked by his sons, Noah explains that they do it because it makes them stronger. Later, the animals are described as “innocent.” ¬†They lived … More Food for Thought

Saying Goodbye

A dear friend went to be with his Heavenly Father after a battle with brain cancer. I am still in shock that he is gone. We hadn’t spoken or seen each other in a few years. It’s easy to claim that “life” happens as an excuse. But that doesn’t help the guilt. I should have … More Saying Goodbye