"Now when his disciples James and John saw this, they said, "Lord, do you want us to call fire to come down from heaven and consume them?" But Jesus turned and rebuked them." (Luke 9:54-55 NIV) No wonder Jesus called them "sons of thunder"! We live in maddening times, and I suspect that many of us have a higher frustration level than we have ever experienced before. We're discovering that our inner anger is much closer to the surface than we'd like it to be. Polls indicate that a majority of Americans, and perhaps a rather large majority, are disgusted
By Dave Williamson|2023-06-28T11:34:33-07:00January 28th, 2021|Categories: CWCf|Comments Off on Peacemakers – Calling Down Fire?
In 2001, Ann and I had the pleasure of riding the California Zephyr from Denver to Sacramento. En route we became friends with a British couple who were touring the United States by train, and had some interesting conversations with them about differences in our customs, language and outlook. My English friend remarked how, if we Americans really understood the meaning of the word “awesome”, we might use it half a dozen times in our life – not half a dozen times in the same sentence! It was late afternoon as we crested the Sierras near Lake Tahoe sitting in
By Dave Williamson|2023-06-28T11:36:05-07:00June 7th, 2017|Categories: CWCf|Comments Off on Our God is an Awesome God!
My first construction job was helping my grandpa mix mortar in a wheel barrow for repairs he was doing to the little stone wall he’d built out of river rocks around the incinerator that sat between his house and the small apartment building he owned in Paso Robles, California. To this day the smell of cement being mixed brings back those memories. He eventually paid me in riding lessons, teaching me how to ride a bicycle. He held onto the seat of the big, old Schwinn and ran along behind while I peddled laps around the incinerator enclosure. The riding
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