Arnold Betrays the Colonies; Moses Sterling Character (Feeling Unappreciated, 2 of 4)

We resume on the subject of feeling unappreciated and undervalued illustrated by a contrast between the Revolutionary War’s General Benedict Arnold and Moses, the man who liberated the Israelites out of Egypt.    Arnold’s military feats electrified the colonies, but his enemies began to make life miserable for him.   Having married a beautiful Tory … Continue reading Arnold Betrays the Colonies; Moses Sterling Character (Feeling Unappreciated, 2 of 4)

Faith by the Narrowest of Margins (Job 13:15)

“Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him” (v. 15) is a powerful statement. But it is sometimes isolated from its context while being touted as an unshakable, rock-solid declaration of unwavering faith. Though remarkable, it was “faith by the narrowest of margins. Victory by a whisker.” Some of our victories are narrow;  … Continue reading Faith by the Narrowest of Margins (Job 13:15)