Devotional Thought for Today – 01/31/2023

We continue our “Series in “Genesis“ BEFORE READING GENESIS 11, I RECOMMEND READING JOHN GILL’S INTRODUCTION TO GENESIS GENESIS 12 Chapter CONTEXT from MHCC: The pedigree and family of Abram we had an account of in the foregoing chapter; here the Holy Ghost enters upon his story, and henceforward Abram and his seed are almost … More Devotional Thought for Today – 01/31/2023

Devotional Thought for Today – 01/30/2023

We continue our “Series in “Genesis“ BEFORE READING GENESIS 11, I RECOMMEND READING JOHN GILL’S INTRODUCTION TO GENESIS GENESIS 11 Chapter CONTEXT from MHCC: The old distinction between the sons of God and the sons of men (professors and profane) survived the flood, and now appeared again, when men began to multiply: according to this … More Devotional Thought for Today – 01/30/2023

Devotional Thought for Today – 01/26/2023

We continue our “Series in “Genesis“ BEFORE READING GENESIS 10, I RECOMMEND READING JOHN GILL’S INTRODUCTION TO GENESIS GENESIS 10 Chapter CONTEXT from MHCC: This chapter shows more particularly what was said in general (ch. 9:19), concerning the three sons of Noah, that “of them was the whole earth overspread;” and the fruit of that … More Devotional Thought for Today – 01/26/2023

Research reflects Christian parents’ failures

According to recent data from the Pew Research Center, a minority (35%) of parents emphasize passing their faith on to children. At 70%, the number is significantly higher among evangelicals, but even so, Abraham Hamilton III of “The Hamilton Corner” on AFR says that still means 30% of Christian parents are ignoring a clear directive from … More Research reflects Christian parents’ failures

American Life Expectancy Continues to Fall

According to a CDC report released in December, the life expectancy of Americans fell by about seven months in 2021, reaching the lowest point in two decades. Although researchers expected a major drop in the wake of COVID-19, many industrialized nations are seeing signs of recovery. The U.S., however, despite spending more on healthcare than any other country, continues a … More American Life Expectancy Continues to Fall