Hansie Wolmarans Exodus 20:1-20 1Then God spoke all these words: 2‘I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery; 3‘you shall have no other gods before me. 4You shall not make for yourself…
What if a chronically weaker brother or sister is forever controlling the freedom of others? What if this person chooses to use their never-ending weakness to manipulate everyone around them into doing what they want?
The way we imagine God has a long history, from being a faraway and distant figure to being in us and around us
Words of life-giving and hope create a new reality even when events around us point to the contrary
The term mother has always been in flux and is always being redefined
The tensions in Psalm 23 threaten to rip it apart and shatter it into microscopic pieces of nothingness like a soap bubble