Faith is kind of like driving in the fog

The thought recently occurred to me that faith — particularly faith in God, but it can be in anything unseen — is tantamount to driving in a thick fog. Those who live in regions and have to drive where the fog is thick enough to obscure the view past the end of your car’s hood…

Why do we try to limit God?

I was pondering this morning, wondering why God doesn’t answer our prayers in the grand examples of the Old Testament, such as part the waters or rain down food for people to pick up off the ground, or even in the New Testament where the lame got up and walked, people with serious skin diseases were…

How can I walk with God if I can’t see Him?

How do you walk with God when you can’t see Him? I guess that’s why they call it “faith.” I just started reading a book titled: “Desiring God” by John Piper. It’s the 25th anniversary reference edition. I must admit I’ve not heard of this author before, much less the earlier title of the same…