More on Giving

A while back, I wrote a post about Jesus’ command to “Give to everyone who asks of you” (Luke 6:30, NASB).

A little while later, my wife wrote an excellent post on her blog about “Blessings and Thankfulness.”

And just recently, I read a great article by Brant of Air1 on being reckless with our giving.

Well, all that seems to have conspired together recently and dragged me into quite an extended debate on Facebook about the topic of giving and exactly what is required.

There seems to be a lot of misunderstandings going around, based largely on my own post. Perhaps I did not word things clearly enough. In any case, I’m going to try to clarify.

I did not mean to be misleading, and if I was, I apologize.

Updates and Exciting News

You may have noticed that my blogging has slowed down a bit recently. Also, a certain series I started has come to a standstill. (I will get back to that, I promise!)

This is simply because I’ve been busy.

Several new and exciting things have been happening to take my time away from this blog. I’m just going to give you a brief update on them, so you can know what’s going on.

Thoughts on the (Other) Election


Today is Election Day in the United States. Naturally, I’ll be talking about something else entirely.

I’m going to take a look at a much more important election—one that occurred before time began.

This election was not voted on democratically. A single person had absolute say in the matter.

Though the election was decided long ago, it has over the years created more controversy among Christians than the US election could ever hope to.

But it seems to me that most Christians argue about the wrong aspect of this election.