Month: January 2012

  • Faith or Provision

    “You are seeking me, not because you saw signs, but because you ate your fill of the loaves.” Jesus frequently criticized His hearers for seeking signs…. This crowd had gathered initially because of the signs He performed (John 6:2). However, something else drew them now.

  • Prayer, Fasting, and Spiritual Warfare

    We have spent nearly 40 years wandering in a wilderness of choice and the culture of death. That time period is significant throughout Scripture, and it may apply to America as well. If we are willing to seek spiritual revival in our nation, we can see the hearts of Americans turned back toward a culture of life. Then, political change will follow spiritual and social transformation.

  • Stop Online Censorship

    You may notice the “STOP CENSORSHIP” ribbon in the upper-right corner of this blog’s page. I urge all readers to click on that ribbon and take a stand for freedom of expression in America. Normally, I would reserve more politically-oriented commentary for my other blog, but freedom of expression is important to me. (Actually, take […]

  • Noah, Obedience, and Hearing the Call

    Over the last few days, the Book of Common Prayer’s Old Testament readings have focused on the story of Noah. While meditating on this passage, I was challenged to think about its lessons regarding the call of God and obedience. It is a lengthy, but familiar story. It would not be a wise use of […]

  • New Blog Site

    I am in the process of transitioning to a new format for my blog, which will include a new name, site, design, and emphasis. Darkened Glass Reflections made its debut this evening, at https://darkenedglassreflections.wordpress.com/. I expect to update this new site more frequently than I have in the past. It will mainly contain brief meditations […]