On Obedience

One act of obedience is better than one hundred sermons. Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Bound In The Bundle Of Life

Abigail to David: “And man riseth to pursue thee and to seek thy soul, and the soul of my lord hath been bound in the bundle of life with Jehovah thy God.” 1 Samuel 25:29 YLT If eternity seems too far away to be of much hope or help to you today, imagine if God’s […]

Man Plans And God Laughs

OK. OK. OK. We made a mistake. Our last post (http://whatnow2do.com/2020/08/13/living-in-the-light-of-eternity/) said we were decamping to A Certain Trumpet until October 1, and asked you to follow us there. But the Spirit stirred up a message this morning. And so we are back. That message follows (http://whatnow2do.com/2020/08/18/confidence-in-time-of-crisis/) So continue to follow us here. And also […]

Confidence In Time Of Crisis

I will consider all your works and meditate on all your mighty deeds. Psalm 77:12 NIVUK Days of trouble must be days of prayer. Seek God untill you find him. Here is the pattern: Express the need (Psalm 77:1-10). Affirm the principle (v 11-15). Cite an example (v 16-20). Repeat.

Living In The Light Of Eternity

All humanity is grass, and all its goodness is like the flower of the field….The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of our God remains forever. Isaiah 40:6, 8 CSB We are decamping to A Certain Trumpet for the next 40 days. Fear not. We will return to posting here on October 1st. […]

A Sense Of Humor

Interesting that God has a sense of humor and secular humanists do not. Think He is trying to tell us something?

On Repentance

As a follower of Jesus, it is not enough for us to just feel sorry for something. Our sorry needs to lead us to repentance. In its fullest sense, repentance represents a complete change of orientation made up of a judgement upon the past and a redirection for the future. Repentance, then, is a change […]

Saint or Sinner?

A saint is a sinner who keeps trying. The struggle is a sign of holiness. St Josemaria Escriva. [Paraphrased].

On Humility And Inescapable Gratitude

Becoming a Christian is an inherently humbling process. Not incidentally humbling. Inherently humbling. And it should work itself out into every dimension of our lives. On inherent humility: “Two men went up to the temple complex to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. The Pharisee took his stand and was praying […]