I Have A Friend

BFB211002 Munch - Melancholy
“Melancholy,” Edvard Munch, 1892. (National Museum of Norway, Oslo.)

Which is better: to see a person healed, or to help them bear up under constant suffering when the healing doesn’t come?

Job 31:1-40; Ezekiel 4:16; Matthew 9:20-22; John 5:2-9, 9:1-3, 17:15

Click here to listen to the podcast: I Have A Friend

Click here to download the transcript: I Have A Friend.pdf

Music: “Stand By Me,” Ben E. King and The Drifters, Stand By Me, ATCO Records 1961.

Picture of the Week 09/12/17

What keeps people away from God? Is it fear? Apathy? Anger? Or is it that God’s people have more important things to do than be His hands and feet?


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Picture of the Week 07/05/17

Did you ever have anyone tell you they can’t see why you believe the way you do? Maybe the real issue isn’t what you believe, but Who you believe.

 


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Picture of the Week 05/29/17

Don’t expect to slide into the Kingdom of Heaven on someone else’s coattails. Messiah’s tzittzit, yes, but coattails, no.

 


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Picture of the Week 03/14/17

An All-Powerful Creator God certainly has the ability to take on human form, but why exactly would He do such a thing?


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