Posts Categorized: Bible commentary

Romans 6:23 – The Wages of Sin

Those who love their sin, yet still consider themselves Christians work diligently in justifying that sin.  The Bible is clear as to those iniquities that God abhors and will judge.  In fact He lists the transgressions in Revelation 21:8 that cause Him to judge severely: “But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the detestable, as…

Psalm 74:10 – How Long Will Our Foes Scoff?

The wickedness throughout the world is now palpable to anyone who has an eye to see or ear to hear.  Evil ones have determined that their day is at hand and will stop at nothing to achieve their goal.  What is that goal?  It is – just as Antichrist at the midpoint of the Tribulation…

Romans 4:16 – It Depends On Faith

Some years ago I was interacting with a younger man who had read the Bible a number of times but had never really absorbed it to make God’s Word part of his life.  Michael had been in and out of prison and was, alternately, either a help or a hindrance to his older, feeble mother. …

Psalm 69:3 – I Am Weary

The context for Psalm 69 is David’s struggles with what appear to be physical enemies, i.e. those who oppose and continually attack him.  Can we consider the situation of someone dealing with the circumstances of life as the physical enemy with many darts and arrows being slung to tear down and wear down that person? …

Romans 2:11 – God Shows No Partiality

If you’ve been watching the culture and hearing those around us decry the sins of man – if you believed them – you would certainly think that God shows partiality.  Of what sin am I speaking?  Really, just one.  The sin of whiteness.  Oh, my.  Do you know what “the third rail” is when someone…

Romans 1:30-31 – Ruthless Inventors of Evil

In this time of COVID and the formulation of compounds that masquerade as vaccines, those of us who are watching are learning much.  In fact, we’re learning more than most of us ever cared to know.  On my part, I’ve gained more medical knowledge and information about the human body than I previously knew.  It…