In the first century, there were basically two views of the human body. One was that it should be worshiped for its beauty and idolized for its strength. The body was something to be proud of and to flaunt.
On the other hand, some believed that the body was inherently sinful. That the body didn’t matter. Only the spirit mattered. In fact, the body was just a shackle and a prison house. It was something to be despised and ashamed of. Continue reading
“Eyes that look are common; eyes that see are rare,” wrote J. Oswald Sanders in his book Spiritual Leadership.
Sanders’ words speak to the ability to see below the surface. To look beyond the obvious. To view with insight and understanding. To really see things in this manner requires perception. Recognition. And discernment. Continue reading
A father asked his Son, “If three frogs were sitting on a limb that hung over a pond, and one frog decided to jump how many frogs would be left?”
The little boy grinned and said, “That’s easy, Dad. Two.” Continue reading
Zell Kravinsky. Karen Pittleman. Richard Semmler. My guess is you’ve never heard of these three people. Right?
Let me tell you what they’ve done. Continue reading
“Eyes that look are common. Eyes that see are rare.” These words by J. Oswald Sander from his book Spiritual Leadership speak to the importance of looking beyond the obvious. Of seeing below the surface. Of seeing with insight and understanding. Continue reading