The Only Lamp for Our Feet

Note: Friends, normally, this is something I’d say on a Monday night, instead of posting it here. Though it lives on the world wide web, this blog is for the Young Adults of Calvary Philly, and at the moment, this seemed to be the best way to get it out to you guys....

Another Lesson from Isaiah

This is from Alec Motyer’s short meditation on Isaiah 7:18-8:8. It covers the same scripture as a previous post. …In its way the most obvious lesson to leave from Isaiah’s analysis of the political process is how concerned we should be to make our...

Look to the Light

I’ve been dipping into the book of Isaiah recently, and I want to follow up on last week’s post about fear by walking through an amazing passage from the book of Isaiah, in chapters 8 and 9. This is really just sharing, since the truth is that the Lord has...

To Mask? Or Not to Mask?

In our current climate of sickness, lock downs, re-openings, and “new normals,” we also have new questions to think through—especially in terms of how we relate to each other now that there are many different opinions about the issues COVID-19 has...

Lions, and the Fear of Death

Consider the connections between these three proverbs: The lazy man says, “There is a lion outside! I shall be slain in the streets!” (Proverbs 22:13) The lazy man says, “There is a lion in the road! A fierce lion is in the streets! As a door turns...