Important Update: Sally is doing great! She is eating and drinking and just being Sally! We thank you for your prayers, and we thank God for giving us more time with Sally. Click here to read more about her end-stage kidney disease.
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This is the video supplemental for the Expound! micro newsletter sent to subscribers on March 28, 2015. We hope it encourages you. Reject the discouragement our enemy is trying to bring. Let the Holy Spirit renew you during these troubling times.
I remember studying information about the human nervous system. I found it interesting to learn about the withdrawal reflex. It is a protective mechanism that engages when we do things such as touch a hot surface. When I touched my forearm against the side of a hot oven while retrieving a pizza, I did not have to think about pulling my arm away. The withdrawal reflex designed into my body took care of it. What is really interesting is that my brain did not really participate in pulling my arm away. It was my spine. Continue reading →
I have no idea if anyone else has noticed or used this in teaching biblical principles before, but my wife pointed out something to me that was quite interesting. It was some time ago she did this, but I wrote it down on a piece of paper to not forget it. I discovered it again today when going through a stack of papers on my desk. It is really simple yet quite profound. Continue reading →
Our dog Sally has kidney disease. It progressed from being mild to end-stage in about a month. She is still with us, but she is not eating like she used to. We give her subcutaneous fluids since she no longer drinks enough water. She is still acting normal except for the reduced food and water intake. Her weight is slowly going down. Right now we are spending extra time with her, and it is difficult to work as much as we need to when our minds are on her. That is part of the reason the regular posts to our website have slowed.
We are asking all those who believe in Jesus as their Savior to pray for us and Sally.
One of Sally’s SubQ IV solution bags. We gave her fluids under her skin at home when her kidney disease worsened.
Toward the end of October 2014 our dog Sally was diagnosed with mild kidney disease. Sally has battled three cancers too. In fact, it was at the time of diagnosis of her third cancer that the kidney disease was discovered.
Sally’s first cancer led to an amputated toe. She recovered from that like a trooper. She never really missed a beat being her silly self while her foot healed up. We have always referred to her as our endless source of entertainment. Continue reading →
Though each theologian has their own issues with doctrinal differences, this quote from Albert Barnes’ “Notes on the Bible” seemed quite pertinent for people today who make a claim of having faith in God.
“In one word, faith is feeling and acting as if there were a God, a Saviour, a heaven, a hell; as if we were sinners and must die; as if we deserved eternal death and were in danger of it; and, in view of all, casting our eternal interests on the mercy of God in Christ Jesus. To do this is to be a Christian: not to do it is to be an infidel.” —Albert Barnes “Notes on the Bible” for Mark 16:16.