Two Witnesses

The word “witnesses” is found 51 times in the New International Version of the Bible. The Hebrew Word for Witness is Ed and the Hebrew people conventionally use ED to describe the witness as the one who gives evidence or testimony of things or of people. To be a chosen witness means that we  profess Jesus as the Messiah and that we proclaim…

Absolute Truth

The Word of God is the absolute Truth, or it is not.  People either believe that the entire body of scripture is God breathed or they believe it is a collection of writings by man. Christians are to be unashamed as they proclaim the good news. As students of His Word we are approved as…

Wisely Question

Can I find relevance in words that were written over 3,500 years ago.  Do I belong in this chaotic world, or would I fit better in another place?  Is it possible to frame an understanding of all creation with mere words? Who was it that asked over 3,300 questions in the oldest, most controversial book…

Mirror Reflections

Unplugged from the news, the nasty noise of blame, I am well placed, with ears to hear what the Spirit is singing.  The sweet symphony of a gentle breeze rustling through the trees beckons my consideration of Who blows this unseen wind?   The world is quick to finger point at science, to cast a…

Wiggle Who?

Smith Wigglesworth was born on June 8, 1859 in Yorkshire, England. He lived until he was 87 years old. On March 7, 1947 Wigglesworth went home to heaven.  His family was poor and as a small boy he worked alongside his mother in the fields. Smith also worked in factories to help provide for his…