Posts from April 2020

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Stuff God’s Telling Me Through Isaiah (Part II)

by Tyler Dirks

In chapter 58 God tells Isaiah, “Cry aloud; do not hold back; lift up your voice like a trumpet, declare to My people their transgression.” What have the people of God done wrong? What is their transgression? Have they neglected God? Have they failed to seek God? Well, on the surface they actually seem to […]

Stuff God’s Telling Me Through Isaiah (Part I)

by Tyler Dirks

In Isaiah chapter 1 God address a community who appears to be incredibly devout. This community regularly offers a multitude of sacrifices; and while typically vast quantities means shoddy quality, in this case the community excelled in both copiousness and caliber, bringing God the fat of well-fed beasts ranging from bulls, to lambs, to goats. […]

The Nurse Who Read Jeremiah

by Tyler Dirks

Someone recently shared a NY Times article with me written by a critical care doctor in NYC. The article basically talks about the fact that many healthcare workers are having a hard time with wanting to care for Covid-19 patients. The doctor who wrote the article said, “I’ve always tried to be a doctor who […]

Not Good People Get Good Friday

by Tyler Dirks

“God is kind to the ungrateful and the evil.” – Jesus “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners.” – Jesus How do I qualify for the benefits Jesus brings? What do I have to do? Jesus says, “Here’s […]

An Evil Generation Seeks Signs?

by Tyler Dirks

Imagine a guy who musters up the courage to ask a girl to marry him. He gets down on one knee. He cracks open a little box housing a diamond ring. He asks his beloved, “Will you marry me?” The girl stares in wonder at the ring and says, “I love diamond rings!” She doesn’t […]