Nazarites were supposed to be holy. Samson was not.
When Samson was a boy his mother dedicated him as a Nazarite. Nazarites were not suppose to drink or eat anything that came from the grapevine. They were not allowed to have a razor touch their head. They were not to go near the dead.
Submitted by Andy McIlvain.
Sin gives us amnesia; it makes us forget.
Our amnesia has its roots in our sin nature and in our world. We forget how faithful God has been in the past. Even now his steadfast love, grace and mercy is at work. We know this, yet… Continue reading
Many people are confused about the Holy Spirit. In this age of spiritism and new age practices, how are we to understand the Holy Spirit? Continue reading
2 Peter 1:19-21
Christians are people of the Book. Why is the Bible so important, if God makes himself known to us in many ways? Continue reading
Carl Jung is often attributed with saying, “The world will ask you who you are, and if you don’t know, the world will tell you.” I have my doubts as to whether Carl Jung said this. Nevertheless, it is a profound statement, one that applies to our spiritual lives. Continue reading