Category: Biblical Insight

Here comes the bride. It’s us!

On December 31, 2020, I finished my bible reading plan in Revelation. This passage piqued my interest, perhaps because our daughter got married last month. Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the old heaven and the old earth had disappeared. And the sea was also gone. And I saw the…[View Article]

Why are things so broken?

We know things are broken in this world, but why are we so surprised when we experience it, and where did the brokenness come from in the first place? Genesis 1 and 2 reveal God’s beautiful and just plan for creation and humankind, but in Genesis 3, the relationship we were created to have with…[View Article]

Merry Christmas

  To my beautiful blog subscribers and to anyone else who stops in this week, thank you for visiting this address in cyberspace in 2019. This month we have been contemplating what life must have been like for Mary, the mother of Jesus. On this Christmas day, I imagine her holding a baby that is completely…[View Article]

The world didn’t see Mary, but God did.

Thank you for contemplating with me this month what Mary’s life was like prior to our Savior’s birth. Two weeks ago we considered her visit from Gabriel HERE.  Last week we considered the kindness of God to provide companionship through Elizabeth HERE, along with the interaction between two unborn children. This week, Elizabeth voiced the…[View Article]

When did Mary get pregnant?

In last week’s post, a young woman named Mary, a virgin, received news that the Holy Spirit was going to come upon her and she was going to have a son. His name was to be, Jesus. He would be “great and be called the Son of the Most High.” The Lord God would “give…[View Article]