Archive for March, 2011

Pocket dictionary of Biblical studies

March 21st, 2011

I cam across another useful resource for Bible students and Pastors recently. It is called the “Pocket Dictionary of Biblical Studies”. One of my Bible college lecturers uses it in his footnotes so I thought I would check it out. It is written by Arthur G. Patzia (Ph.D., McMaster University) who is senior professor of […]

Two weeks with Paul and his teachings

March 19th, 2011

The Apostle Paul was one of the key people in the early church. After his conversion from Judaism on the road to Damascus his life changed dramatically. He became one of the churches greatest missionaries. A while ago I found a two week Bible reading on Paul and his teachings. Today I thought I would […]

Hope and purpose

March 18th, 2011

This morning I was reflecting on two things that have changed for me since I came to Christ – hope and purpose. I now have a hope in Christ. Both for this life and the life to come. I also have a sense of purpose that God has things for me to do in this […]

Blessings for obedience

March 17th, 2011

One chapter of the Bible that has really been rolling around in my Spirit over the last few months is that of Deuteronomy 28. It has the titles “Blessings for obedience” and “Curses for disobedience”. This chapter is spoken to the people not long before they move into the promised land. God is giving them […]

Nuclear power and meltdowns

March 15th, 2011

I came across this article on the ABC News website. It talks about how nuclear power is generated and what a nuclear meltdown is. I found it quite useful and thought I would share a few snippets. You can find the full article here Nuclear power A nuclear reactor produces electricity from pellets of enriched […]