Sunday, September 23, 2007

Back on track

You know it's interesting how many times this happens to me (and i'm sure the rest of you in the real world) getting lost in the wilderness, confused by the "pressed but not crushed, persecuted not abandoned, struck down but not destroyed" routine that Satan does with me. Am i so easily thwarted off of the vision and purposes God has placed in me?

I think so, but I believe not
You see I originally started this blog for one simple goal. To brain dump the specific musings, rantings, and meditations of my reading, studying, and experience of the Bible to encourage and edify those who might read it. As of late it seems I have left that goal and so I have a plan, an idea.

I want to be challenged and helpful at the same time. What I propose is...

Send in your bible/theological questions
This way I can be sure to not only challenge myself and cause myself to stay on task, but also to encourage more readers to participate. Of Course any answer i give is not simply the bottom line, so if you would be unsatisfied (or just have a check in your spirit) feel free to challenge my answers :)

Happy Postings...


Life As We See It said...

This one isn't too difficult but it will be a good start. I answered it last Friday, it was posed to me by a youth. "Did Jesus actually feel pain when the nails went into his hands?"
So Jeff - find me the biblical support for that. =)

God's Love Changed Everything said...

Here's one a little biased- how does a man *practically* love his wife the way Jesus loved the church?

he he he

(BESIDES taking out the trash)

Have a good time studying and praying on it! :D
I love you!

Anonymous said...

In the Apostle's Creed it's said that after Jesus was crucified, died, and was buried that he descended into hell and on the 3rd day he rose again. Is that at all Biblical? Where does that idea come from, the descending into hell?