Today, on Behold The Man… Why was David a Man after God’s own heart? Does that mean God condones ALL David did, like his many wives? No! We find out in this episode.
Why? Why did God have to take on flesh and dwell among us? Why did he have to suffer and die in order to redeem us? Answer, LOVE, a complete gift of self… it’s what the first Adam failed to do, and the last Adam did to perfection! Much of this talk is based upon Dr. Scott Hahn’s work in “First Comes Love”, and “A Father Who Keeps His Promises”. I would encourage you to read both of those books for MUCH more detail. The video & audio quality is not the best however, due to “user error”… I failed to record the audio… this is now the only copy I have of this talk given to the St. Thomas More Society at the University of Houston Law Center.
Why did God have to take on flesh and dwell among us? Why did he have to suffer and die to redeem us? Answer, LOVE. Today, on “Behold the Man” we look at the Law of Love in Salvation History!
This week on “Behold The Man”… After watching the film “The Genius Club” I wanted to ponder the meaning of life and the power of redemptive suffering! What is the meaning of life? Love and what is it to love? To lat down one;s life for a freind just as God did… for God is Love!
Yesterday, I was blessed to be given the opportunity to share my testimony to the Catholic Men of San Antonio at the SACMC. I sincerely enjoyed myself and the Men were very receptive, not only to my talk but, to the much better talks by the other speakers. THANK YOU to the Pilgrim Center of [...]
Today on “Finding Your Keys” Josh returns from Rome, loses his iPhone, prays, and has it returned by a Haitian! Also, special guest Chris Faddis, from LivingGracefully.net, joins us to talk about his unique project, Fast For Haiti! Its a great show about suffering, and offering it up!
On Saturday October 31, 2009 my friend Kelly Virina lost her battle with Cancer and stepped into eternity at about 7:30 am. Kelley had a very rough ride these past five years and I can not begin to tell you how well she handled it considering all the difficulty. She was divorced with two young [...]
In my “side” project of narrating “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas a Kempis I have been blown away by the boldness of this classic work. It has cut right to my heart and convinced me that I am even less deserving of consolations that I originally puffed myself up to! Here is a sampling [...]
Today, we finish up both Genesis chapter 3 and “A Father Who Keeps His Promises” chapter 3. Its the punishment God dolls out for the sin of Adam… wrath or love? We also, point out even more typology to Christ and Mary in this chapter. Want to be on the show? Call and leave me [...]