Those of us who have studied the Scriptures know that both the Old and New Testaments point to Christ as the remedy for our troubled, sinful souls. “All we like sheep have gone astray, we have turned everyone to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.” Isaiah… Read More »To Whom Shall We Go?
I am confounded by many who are professed Christians in a lukewarm condition. It is a condition, on one hand, that demonstrates the absence of any spiritual fervor for the Lord and, on the other hand, a bruising indictment on the Laodicean church. God’s word to them is “because you are lukewarm and neither cold nor… Read More »The Laodicean Malady
I am drawn to the subject of ignorance that prevails in the lives of many professing Christians. There is rampant idolatry, depression, fear, bondage, sexual immorality, etc., that counselors and pastors have to deal with in the sheep-fold of the Christian faith. In my experience it is the blight of ignorancethat is the cause of… Read More »The Blight of Ignorance
My wife, Cathi, and I have recently returned from a visit to Scotland and Ireland. Both countries are beautiful beyond description but the Isle of Skye, off the west coast of Scotland, especially won our hearts. We fell in love with the people and the beauty of the island. We were treated royally by a… Read More »Where Your Treasure Is
Whatever happened to the cross in counseling? Are life’s issues so difficult that something other than the Scriptures are needed to address them? “The words that I speak to you are spirit and life.” John 6:63 If a troubled person is not saved, it is one of the greatest opportunities to introduce him to the… Read More »The Way of the Cross