Do you remember the scene in The Avengers Assemble when Loki was growing tired of having to fight the Avengers and in particular the Hulk? He stopped fighting, held up his arms, and said, “Enough! You are, all of you are beneath me! I am a god, you dull creature, and I will not be bullied by…” And at that moment the Hulk flattened Loki by repeatedly smashing him to the floor, after which the Hulk could be heard to mutter, “Puny god!”
This scene has been rated as one of the most humorous in that film. But doesn’t it make such a good point? If Loki truly was an all-powerful god, then the Hulk could have done nothing to him. As it was, Loki could not even stand up to one of the Avengers.
Isn’t this what we also see in the plagues of Egypt? The Egyptians worshipped a plethora of gods. Through the plagues, God showed that he was more powerful than any of the Egyptian gods. Continue reading “What God do you serve?”
Enduring incredibly difficult situations is nothing new. Yet, one seems insufferable. Trying to live without hope.
It is when life seems darkest, we need to remember who our God is. God is not limited by what is possible for us.
Continue reading “Hope”
Jesus compared the difficulty of a rich man entering the kingdom to a camel going through the eye of a needle (Matthew 19:23-24). The disciples asked, “Who then can be saved?” (Matthew 19:25, NKJV). Jesus said:
“With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26).
Let’s look at this from God’s perspective and see what he means. Continue reading “Is it true that with God nothing is impossible?”
How respectful are we in prayer? Continue reading Father in Heaven
God and the world have nothing in common. Continue reading God and the world
God’s wisdom and power are awe-inspiring Continue reading The amazing focus of God
God’s Word is our guide, not the doctrines of men Continue reading The Holy Father and resignation
We must always keep God close by… Continue reading Phantom faith