of TROJAN HORSES

Originally posted on thefirstclassbsdevotions:
by Andrew Webo. History has it that two empires came to do battle. The Greek and the people of Troy. A long fought battle. The Greeks seeing no victory near, under the instruction of a man named Odysseus, built a large, hollow wooden horse, stacked a select few soldiers inside it…

Everlasting Grace

Originally posted on thefirstclassbsdevotions:
By Liz Mbugua I have on several (no, make that many) occasions elevated myself to the seat of judgment. And without credentials nor any legal experience, I have meted out judgement. Most of the time mercilessly, harshly, critically and unjustly. And I can bet, I am not the only one who…

Under the Yoke

The Bible has very many significant quotes where a yoke is mentioned, both in the old Testament or the new Testament. For example, in Jeremiah 27, God uses the yoke to symbolize the reign of King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon over the countries, to enslave them. Here we see the yoke as a symbol of slavery…