OK, I’m just being a little goofy here. Mike actually sent this poem in on 10/22/14. So it’s only taken me almost ten years to post it. I have lots of other poems sitting in my Thunderbird inbox. I guess I’m a little behind.
There is little doubt that Jesus Christ can help with financial problems, mental issues, debts, and illnesses. But even if He helped with all of these matters, as serious as they are, and left us in our sins, we would be helped not at all.Tim Binder
That’s one of the things I always appreciated about Tim. He just spoke the truth, didn’t mince words, and didn’t water anything down.
Mark sends these in all the time; I just never get around to posting them. Mark, I will do better! Keep sending the Christian poetry. I love all of it.
Check out Mark’s website!
Sometimes it just feels like it’s too late–like there’s no hope. But that’s not how our God works.
Here’s a quick excerpt from the beginning of Michael’s testimony:
In 1998, I was ejected out of the T-bar roof of a Z28 and slammed my frontal lobe straight into a tree! My brain hit the front of my skull and then the back with a twist.
As you can imagine, life got pretty difficult after that. Read how God helped Michael through this life-changing event.
Sometimes, in this day and age, we forget that God still works miracles. We don’t see the big things, like the parting of the Red Sea or a pillar of fire, but if we pay attention, we’ll see God working regularly and in awesome ways.
If you have a story to share (your own testimony), send it in. If you’ve been thinking about sharing your story, here’s your prompt.
I just added an old email conversation between a reader and Tim (from 2012) to the end of the following article. Check it out for a more in-depth discussion of the word “eis” in Acts 2:38.
Why did Tim think that Jeremiah 17:9 is translated incorrectly in several translations? The following article explains.
God saved Helene out of abuse and new age garbage.
Robin suffered a brain aneurysm that’s typically fatal. But she survived. Here’s her story, from her husband’s viewpoint.