Daily Archives: December 28, 2019

Beware, Brethren!

This warning and exhortation from Hebrews 3:12 in a February post was the 4th most read 2019 post. Even if you’ve read it before, take the time to read it again. It speaks to an ever-present challenge that each of us faces.


I recently read a story shared by Texas preacher Donnie Martin about Leonardo da Vinci’s painting “The Last Supper.” It is told that da Vinci looked for models to sit for Jesus and His disciples.

He found a handsome and innocent looking man in a choir in one of the churches in Italy. He portrayed him as Jesus in the painting. The man’s name was Pietro Bandinelli.

Years passed as da Vinci continued to work on the painting. He left the face of Judas Iscariot till the last. One day da Vinci went out into the streets of Rome and looked for the most forlorn person he could find.

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