Quid est veritas?

Wednesday Word: August 24, 2016

Quid est veritas?

When Jesus was handed to Pilate, the last words we see that Pilate spoke to Jesus was, “Quid est veritas?” Translation: what is truth? As humans, we have a natural tendency to seek the truth in everything. If you don’t think so, think of a toddler. Toddlers always ask thousands of questions in any given day. Though it may be annoying, they are not doing it to be annoying; they do it because they want to know how things work and why things are. Continue reading

The Burden of Proof vs Mercy

Wednesday Word: August 17, 2016

The Burden of Proof vs Mercy

At one point or another, if you have ever followed any type of high profile criminal cases, you have heard the term “the burden of proof is on the prosecution”. This means it is the responsibility of the accusing party to prove the defending party’s guilt beyond a shadow of reasonable doubt. Don’t worry, I am not going to get into specific cases or go as far to discuss the difference in civil cases. The Lord gave me a very specific message that, with the help and leading of Holy Spirit, I will convey as best as I can. He hit me with it and it ran deep and I pray it does with everyone reading this. Continue reading