Archive: January 2007

Jan. 02

Expectations — What Herb Thinks

The Bible tells us that after John the Baptist was arrested and put into prison, even John — one himself who was foretold in Scripture — began having doubts.

Jan. 04

Beast From The Earth — What Herb Thinks

It’s time we put the pieces together, friends. If the Christ-rejecting world can do it, why can’t we evangelicals do it? Is it because we’re so spiritual? I don’t think so.

Jan. 13

Getting It Done — What Herb Thinks

It’s truly been said that if you want something done, give it to a busy man. That’s because, for a busy man, there’s nothing more frustrating than watching a job left undone.

Jan. 15

De Facto Power — What Herb Thinks

The advantage of de facto power is deniability. Where there’s legal power, it’s an easy paper trail to those responsible. But where there’s de facto power, no such trail exists. The power, however, is just as real. And although legal power can be learned in school, de facto power is best learned in the streets.

Jan. 18

Endgame — What Herb Thinks

A journey needs a destination. Any good business plan requires a goal. Evidently, the EU’s Javier Solana believes formulating a strategy to bring peace is no different.

Jan. 26

Among The Dead — What Herb Thinks

The Bible tells us Mary Magdalene and some other women went to Jesus’ tomb and found it empty. While they were trying to understand what happened to Jesus’ body, two angels appeared and asked an interesting question.

Jan. 30

Finding Faith — What Herb Thinks

The Bible tells us that little is as important as our faith. Nevertheless, so much today can cause God’s children to lose their faith. I started FP to help them find it again.