Updates to the Website

Hi Everyone.

I hope you’re doing well during this crazy COVID-19 worldwide shutdown.

I’m a teacher so I’ve been home. A lot. It’s hard on a person’s psyche to never leave the house. But it couldn’t have come at a better time for us. We have a new puppy. And that feels like a full-time job.

More importantly, our 11-year old daughter was just diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. Talk about a full-time job–shots, CGMs, pumps, blood sugar levels, lows, highs, carbs, insulin, sleepless nights, exercise, sleep, insurance, doctors . . . you get the idea.

In God’s typical fashion, He’s testing us, but also giving us everything we need to handle the trial.

I’ve also taken this time to resurrect this site a bit. God has been nudging me for years to get it going, so I’m trying.

I’ve met Nick Phelps, an amazing fellow Christian who’s agreed to help out with certain facets of the site.

I’ve started going through my stored content (I have quite a bit–testimonies, poems, articles, etc.) and posting it. Hopefully you’re enjoying the “new” content.

Lastly, I’ve updated all the Bible book outlines on the site. I’ve revamped them a little to make the styling more consistent. I’ve added a PDF version of every outline. And I’ve also added a downloadable PDF pamphlet of all the outlines. Yes. All 200 pages in one quick download.

So while this COVID-19 stuff sucks, God has whispered to me in his consistent yet patient way to somehow attempt to make a difference. And I believe this site has made a difference to many and will continue to do so into the future.

Do I think this COVID-19 virus is the end of the world? No. Do I think there’s a massive government conspiracy to rob us all of our freedom? No. Do I think Covid-19 is real? Yes. Do I think our doctors and scientists are doing the best they can to save lives? Yes.

Our role as Christians is not to spread misinformation or panic. It’s not to listen to or create conspiracy theories. It’s not to call our government stupid. Our role is the same as it’s always been. To pray. To love others. To listen to God’s voice. To do what he tells us to do. To stay calm. To trust Him. To be a rock in the midst of a raging sea.

We can continue to make a difference during this time. I pray that God will make His will known to you as you discover your purpose during this time.

Outline of Malachi

Malachi may be known as the rhetorical prophet. Check out our overview and outline of Malachi here.

It’s finally done. We’ve finally posted outlines of every book of the Bible.

I recently formatted and uploaded Tim’s outline of Malachi.

Malachi appears to be a contemporary of Nehemiah, prophesying approximately 70 years after the end of Zechariah’s prophecy, and the last prophet in Old Testament Scripture. Malachi apparently prophesied while Nehemiah was in Babylon (Nehemiah 13:6), and addresses some similar sins.

Read the rest of our overview and outline of Malachi here.

Outline of Zephaniah

An outline of Zephaniah. We know Zephaniah as the Prophet of the Day of the LORD. While hope is contained for the righteous, judgment and wrath are the wellspring of the book.

We have an almost comprehensive collection of Bible book outlines on truthsaves. Feel free to check them out.

I just finished formatting Tim’s Zephaniah outline.

We know Zephaniah as the Prophet of the Day of the LORD. While hope is contained for the righteous, judgment and wrath are the wellspring of the book. Zephaniah prophesied somewhere between 630 and 621 B.C.

Check out our outline of Zephaniah here.