Jonah to Nahum, A Story about God

Without a doubt, the story of Jonah is better known than that of Nahum, though both books spoke of God’s judgment against Assyria. In traditional Sunday school setting, perhaps the focus of Jonah’s story would often be that of his adventure – he was swallowed by the great fish for three days and three nightsContinue reading “Jonah to Nahum, A Story about God”

Spiritual Blindness: Conclusion

A study on John 9 In my last blog posting, I said, “The healed blind man did not only experience restored eyesight, but more importantly recovery from spiritual blindness.” Interestingly, John 1 also hinted on the idea of spiritual blindness. See John 1:10-11: He [Jesus] was in the world, and the world was made throughContinue reading “Spiritual Blindness: Conclusion”

Spiritual Blindness: Introduction

A study on John 9 This Sunday, for our house gathering, we did a study on the Gospel of John, a disciple of Jesus Christ, specifically chapter 9 of the said gospel.  The story of the man born blind appeared only in the Gospel of John. Following the flow of narrative presented by John, JesusContinue reading “Spiritual Blindness: Introduction”