So my 3 1/2 year old grandson says to me a few days ago, "G-pa, I want to drive your car. Can I?" I replied, "Little buddy, you need a license to drive a car. When you're old enough to get a license, you can drive." A few minutes later he came into the room with a driver's license in his shirt pocket, (which he'd gotten out of my wallet), and my keys in his hand, and he said, "I've got a license now, let's go...and you and Gram can sit in the back seat." Guess what? He was de
I've always been intrigued with the passages in the Bible where it seems like God shows up late. One of the most obvious is when Lazarus was sick and his sisters sent a messenger to notify Jesus. They expected him to leave immediately and come to their home in Bethany, but Scripture tells us that Jesus stayed where He was for two more days. In the meantime, Lazarus died. What do we do when God's late? There are some good lessons in the story of Lazarus. 1. We grow our faith.