Men have always had the same responses to crisis: How long?
How can this go on? Why do the righteous suffer? Why do the wicked prosper?
God, why aren’t You doing something?
Unlike most prophets who spoke to Judah, Israel, Assyria, the Babylonians–some people group–this is a conversation between a prophet and God. Join us as we study this unique prophetic text:
2,996 people were killed and more than 6,000 others injured on September 11, 2001. Though 17 years later, a day that still brings men, women, and children to their knees from the pain and loss brought upon them by the attacks of that day. In this episode, 9/11 Pentagon survivor, Brian Birdwell shares his story and discusses suffering and forgiveness with Michael Easley.
2 Chronicles 7:14 is often applied out of context. In this episode, Michael explains the context of the passage and how it should be best understood and applied today. “If My people who are called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
Meditation is not only for the secularist, mystical thinkers. In fact, Robert J. Morgan says we must learn to engage in the meditative process to stand in the counsel of God. Learn more about ways to learn and internalize Biblical texts, not just to memorize them.
One of the remarkable things of the Book of Psalms is that the Hebrew dealt with the very same kinds of feelings that you and I deal with. Man at his core has not changed. He has joy, he has sorrows; he has hopes, he has disappointments. Listen in as we look at Psalm 65 as the Psalmist identifies the worshippers problem before his God.