Last week I ended by saying that both of the prodigal father’s sons were doomed to a life of struggle because they did not understand and/or believe the truth expressed in Psalms 16:11 which says: Thou wilt show me the path of life: in thy presence [is] fulness of joy; at thy right hand [there
Last week I ended by saying that both of the Prodigal father’s sons were a-like when it came to their inner beliefs about the father’s character. Both of them believed the father to be very legalistic and unforgiving. Because they viewed the father in this way, they both believed they had to work hard and
In my last blog I said struggling Christians fit into either one or both of two categories that are characterize by the prodigal father’s two sons. I also said that both wanted to please the father. It is easy to see how that is true in the case of the elder son but it is
In my 36 years of ministry I have seen sincere Christians struggle to live a life worthy to be called a “true” follower of Jesus. Christians who want to live a life that not only meets the approval of their peers, but more importantly, a life that meets the approval of God. These kinds of
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