Your Smart Phone Proves the Existence of God

What is the smallest knowable piece of information? I find this consideration a most worthy thought exercise. There are several closely related questions:

  • What is the meaning of "knowable?"

  • If, by "information," we mean, "an answer to a question," then must the question be added to the required information content of the answer?

  • If we have an answer to which we do not know the question, is it information?

Christian Wives: It's Time for You to Choose

I wonder if Christian wives are generally unable, or just summarily unwilling to see their husbands' situation from his own point of view.

The Word of God has not charged the wife with the responsibility of providing for her family, saying that she is worse than an unbeliever if she fails or lacks diligence. Wives don't wake up each morning with that burden placed upon them by God Almighty.

God has not said to them, "Love your husband, as Christ Loved the church, laying down His life for her.

What is Truth?

Then Moses asked God, “If I go to the Israelites and say to them: The God of your fathers has sent me to you, and they ask me, ‘What is His name? ’ what should I tell them? ” God replied to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: I AM has sent me to you.”

—Exodus 3:13‭-‬14 HCSB

When I finally Stop Runnin'

When I finally stop runnin'
From all my various problems
I'll be a more productive person
When I finally stop runnin'.

I'll wake up earlier every day
And get my own work done.
And then I'll go to bed, reflecting
On the battles that were won,
Instead of daily seeking an escape
In some important new distraction,
Or wasting all my precious time
In this selfish introspection.

The Great Paradox

It is an exceedingly beautiful and wondrous paradox: that the sovereign God of the universe has called us not unto blind, rote, or automatic conformity with His will, but unto willing obedience and submission to His will.

Depression: a Gift from God?

Last week, in our Fundamentals of the Faith class, I found myself extemporaneously expositing the following thought: 

"I believe that God, in His compassionate dealings with those whom He loves, sometimes allows trials to come to the ones He finds especially submitted to His will, who are eager to discover what path He has laid out for them. 


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