John 1:4,5

The following is a continuation of my personal journey through John.

4 In Him was life, and the life was the Light of men.

5 The Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it.

Originally, from the beginning, life was found in the  λογος, Christ. Further, Salvation is found in Him. He came to this place corrupted by sin and operated as a The Light to both reveal our sins, and save us from our sins. The powers of this world could not overpower it.

Good stuff. I love the Bible and the Gospel of John.


John 1:2,3

Building upon yesterday’s post; I am still so amazed by the Gospel of John.

2 He was in the beginning with God.

3 All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being. Read More Here

So, here Christ was not only with God in the beginning of this reality. There was not a single  component of this reality that came into existence without Christ creating it.

This indicates that God is ultimately in control.  Here’s my prayer.

But You, O Lord, are a shield about me,

My glory, and the One who lifts my head.

Psalm 3:3




Review: Jesus Calling by Sara Young

I first learned about Jesus Calling by Sara Young when a KLOVE host read from it on air. Initially I had a good impression of it. But, I was not inclined to read it. Over the last few weeks I have heard a few people quote Jesus Calling. I have heard many people ravening about it. I even heard someone call it “A modern day My Utmost For His Higest” Then I saw that it was available as an iOS app.Here’s a link. So, I finally submitted, and have began reading it.

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Aging Biblicaly

Francis Chan is a evangelical Christian who often calls for people to reevaluate their walk as a Christian. In this video he questions how whether, Christians, especially elderly Christians, are hoarding stuff or living for Christ.

He seems to focus in this short clip on the elderly. However, can’t we all say that we have at some point held on to stuff?

What do you think? Does he get it right? Are we, as christians, living like we can’t wait to see Jesus?