• Did God Really Say...

    Did He Really Say . . . ?

    It’s Faithfulness Friday again!  I’m so excited about this topic today, y’all.  I can get so jazzed about God’s word upon examination and/or complete immersion.  Our text today is from Genesis.  It might be helpful to view the entire third chapter of Genesis before reading this post. I mentioned in Contemplating 52 Questions that we would discuss more about the beginning contemplation point in the book, The Jesus Code*.  This devotional is so good!  I love that I get a whole week to ponder one question.  (A perfect way to use My Word for 2021.) This question from satan might be fairly familiar to you. The serpent was the shrewdest…

  • Consequences

    Lifelong, Deeply Rooted Consequences

    Welcome again to Faithfulness Friday!  Today, we’re looking at Genesis, chapter nineteen. I didn’t make a bold commitment to publish Faithfulness Friday posts again.  But, hey!  It worked out to do one this week. (Cheers.)  So, here we go . . . “As a result, both of Lot’s daughters became pregnant by their own father.” (Genesis 19:36) I’d forgotten about this event.  Probably because it’s too ugly to think about for long enough to commit it to long-term memory.  How sick and wrong.  Agreed? Minutes before the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah (due to the horrific sin of the people there), Lot and his family fled to safety under the…