Please Give Me Exposition, Part 2

  “Preaching in our time is in a dither,” as David Larson wrote in The Company of Preachers, a sweeping biographical review of preaching through the ages. No age has needed biblical exposition more than ours, and Dr. Larson has a simple way of defining the term. A sermon is biblical when it says what […]

A Working Philosophy for LIfe that Really Works

An Investigation into the Biblical Book of Ecclesiastes   If the Bible were a university and all the sixty-six books of the Bible were courses of study within the scheme of that university, then we would call the book of Ecclesiastes “Philosophy 101.” Ecclesiastes is the philosophy class of Scripture, and today we’re going to […]

The Mount of Beatitudes

  This week in Israel we pondered the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) on the Mount of Beatitudes, at or near the spot where Jesus taught 2000 years ago on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. An Inaugural Sermon: This was our Lord’s first recorded sermon. I’ve read the biographies of many great preachers, and I always pay […]

Meditation–A New Book with Free Audio Meditation Guides

If you want to focus on the wonder of God, gain a fresh perspective on life, calm your spirit and develop your strength, I’ve got a practical plan for you – reclaim the lost art of biblical meditation. Meditation has never been more popular in our culture; but biblical meditation has never been so rare among […]