Monthly Archives: July 2018

Providence and Suffering in the Old and New Testament by Edmund F. Sutcliffe

By | 2018-07-28T14:28:48+00:00 July 28th, 2018|Buy, Resources|

   Providence and Suffering in the Old and New Testament is an interesting, one-hundred and sixty-nine page book that brings its readers on a concise journey through the Old and New Testament teachings on the providence of God and suffering.  This book was written in 1953 by Edmund F. Sutcliffe, who was a professor of [...]

Waiting on a Miracle- Heb. 2:3-4

By | 2018-07-28T04:57:37+00:00 July 28th, 2018|Relationship with God, Relationship with Self|

   A sporting event is often the occasion in which God performs the miraculous – at least that is how many explain the unusual, unprecedented, exciting, plays that often ensue. In fact, some have said that the Super Bowl between the Patriots and the Seahawks ended in “miraculous” fashion when Butler intercepted a pass with [...]

Is There Any Value in Suffering? – Heb. 12:11

By | 2018-07-28T01:12:04+00:00 July 28th, 2018|Relationship with Sufferer|

  One of the unfortunate symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis is the miscommunication that takes place between the peripheral nerves (say, the small nerves in your feet) and the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). It is common for a person with Multiple Sclerosis to feel as if worms are crawling on the skin, bolts [...]