We are in the midst of our new series Worldview: Learning to Think and Live Biblically on Sundays at Harvest and Thursdays at our Orange County Bible study.
We all have worldviews. The question is, do we have a biblical one?
The true believer looks to the Scripture to know right from wrong, good from evil, etc. And I can think of no better place to start than with the Ten Commandments.
We have already looked at the first six commandments in my messages, “Absolute Truth” and “Hot Button Issues.”
Now, we come to the final four commandments, which deal with sins that are very prevalent in our culture today: adultery, stealing, lying, and coveting. I would venture to guess that many do not even know what it means to covet.
We will find out this Sunday at Harvest. But be forewarned–these commandments are broken more often then we may think! Even by Christians.
It was great having Randy Alcorn with us at Harvest this last Sunday and on Thursday. What insights the Lord has given to Randy into the topics of the whys of suffering and the whats of heaven.
I had time to hang with Randy and his wife, and they are such wonderful, godly people.
If you want to see our interview, click here.
BTW, we are editing this extended conversation that Randy and I had because, as it turned out, our discussion changed a bit at every service. As a result, we would deal with some issues at one service that we did not deal with in the others.
I don’t want you to miss any of this, so we will put it all together for your viewing soon!
Harvest.org recognized by design site
Our Web site, harvest.org, was recently recognized by a top design site on a list of the most well-designed sites for non-profit organizations. We are honored and give God the glory!
My son Christopher was very involved in the initial design and he worked on it right up until the day he went to heaven, so he shares in this honor. I know he is praising and serving the Lord right now, and perhaps working on some amazing designs! I do miss him so.
If you’d like to see the list and check out some others that were recognized, click here.
And here is a link to my weekly WorldNetDaily column. If you like these columns, please let them know!