His Word Today: A Time to Reflect!

It was one year ago to the day when His Word Today began. This daily blog was the result of a suggestion given to me by a colleague in ministry. I am forever grateful for my friend’s inspired encouragement for me to present biblical truths and insights God has given me in over 40 years of preaching and teaching.

The vision of hiswordtoday.org is simple. First, everything written will be about God: who He is and what He does. Second, we seek to faithfully examine what God has revealed to us in His Word, the Bible, about who He is and what He does. Third, we want to see how God in His Word practically impacts us each day we live because of who He is and what He does.

I am grateful to all of you who faithfully follow this blog. Your words of encouragement have been a blessing. Your comments have proved helpful. They have strengthened me to continue this daily discipline: not only for your edification but my own.

I am grateful to my family who proved pivotal in creating this site and who continue to help me maintain its vision for excellence.

Finally, I am grateful to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Without Him, I could do nothing. With Him I can do all things for which He has called me to do (Philippians 4:13).

As we enter a second year of Bible study, we will begin with an examination of the Doctrine of Sola Scriptura. Thereafter, we will continue to study the Gospel of John. I’m not sure what we will study after that, but your suggestions are most welcome. Are their questions your need answered? Are there biblical truths that need explaining? Is there a biblical book you would like for us to study? Let me know what you think and we will proceed from there.

Finally, let the words of I Corinthians 10:31 ring loud and true: “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.”

Soli deo Gloria!

2 Replies to “His Word Today: A Time to Reflect!”

    1. Marilyn,

      There is nothing that I have found in Scripture which explicitly, or implicitly, condemns or commends cremation. It remains one of those debatable issues among Christians. It also remains an issue of personal choice. One individual may have a problem with it while another person may not. You need to be personally convinced. I would suggest you read Romans 14 in light of this issue. Have a blessed day.

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