Entries by Kim Dy

God has a way of redeeming the time

Great things can only be accomplished when more people bring their own contribution to the success of what is to be done. In the book of Ruth, we have another wonderful story we can learn from. Naomi and her husband left Jerusalem for Moab. They figured out that the land of Moab was better than […]

God will always be with us

One assurance we have as believers is that God will always be with us when we go through the tough times of life.   One assurance we have as believers is that God will always be with us when we go through the tough times of life. Men may back-off even best friends may leave […]

Humans Focus on Breakdowns

The problem with speeches isn’t so much not knowing when to stop, as knowing when not to begin. -Francis Rodman What goes into someone’s mouth does not make them ‘unclean.’ It’s what comes out of their mouth that makes them ‘unclean.’ It’s been said that life is full of ups and downs. There are moments […]

Domain of Human Concerns

You do well in everything else. You do well in faith and in speaking. You do well in knowledge and complete commitment. And you do well in the love we have helped to start in you. So make sure that you also do well in the grace of giving to others. 2 Corinthians 8:7 NIRV […]

Managing Moods in the Bible

A tongue that calms is like a tree of life. But a tongue that tells produces a broken spirit.      Proverbs 15:4 NIRV Many people have said that life is about ups and downs. In other words, there will be good times and bad times, the good days and bad days. The most important thing […]

Since the presence of Yahweh departed from him, the character of his leadership became weak and self-directed.

Saul was proven to be not a man after God’s own heart. Consequently, his spiritual fall led the nation to socio-political weakness and shame before the presence of their enemies (1 Sa. 15-17). And since the presence of Yahweh departed from him, the character of his leadership became weak and self-directed. What is characterization? How […]