What the Bible is Telling Us

In his book Simply Jesus, professor Tom Wright lays out for his readers his case that the Bible is, ultimately, a book about Jesus. “So if, as the Jewish people believed, they were the key element in God’s global rescue operation, it was doubly frustrating, doubly puzzling, and doubly challenging that the Jews’ own national… Continue reading What the Bible is Telling Us

New Pastor’s Prayer Thoughts is Posted

Friends, Continuing my series of posts at A Pastor’s Prayer Journal, Prayer Thoughts, I offer you my latest post: Prayer Thoughts, Septembr 8, 2008. In this post, I offer prayer thoughts on the following Scriptures: (Adoration) 2 Samuel 7:1-29, (Confession) Joshua 7:1-26, (Thanksgiving) Isaiah 7:1-17, (Supplication) Matthew 7:1-29. Thanks for stopping by. jerry

Prayer Thoughts Update at a Pastor’s Prayer Journal

Friends, Tonight I updated A Pastor’s Prayer Journal with a new entry on my ongoing series of prayer thoughts. In this latest post I share prayer thoughts from the following Scripture: Revelation 18-19 (Adoration), Psalm 38 (Confession), Psalm 95 & 100 (Thanksgiving) and Ephesians 6:10-20 (Supplication). If you are seeking help praying the Scriptures, this… Continue reading Prayer Thoughts Update at a Pastor’s Prayer Journal

New Feature at A Pastor’s Prayer Journal

Friends, I have started to regularly update A Pastor’s Prayer Journal. I am in the process of developing a seminar on prayer. I delivered my first session this past weekend at Family Camp at our local Christian campgrounds. The session was titled: Praying the Scripture. (I will be producing a semi-transcript of the hour long… Continue reading New Feature at A Pastor’s Prayer Journal

Richard Belzer asks: What Would Jesus do?

Friends, I didn’t know that detective Munchhad a blog, but it turns out he does. He wrote: These soulless operatives, at the behest of their “superiors”, rape and pillage the dictionary to obfuscate how little they care for our nation’s most vulnerable and helpless: hungry children! Many of these renaming attempts are patently ridiculous. But… Continue reading Richard Belzer asks: What Would Jesus do?