A Tribute to Rev. David Lee
2 Timothy 4 records some of Paul’s finals words. By this time he was a prisoner -shut away from his normal ministry and set apart from his closest friends. It was a hard time for the great man of God and yet never once do we find him lamenting or cursing his circumstances. Earlier in his life Paul had learned to be content regardless of his present state. It didn’t matter whether he was a free man or a prisoner; whether he was on land or in the midst of a storm at sea; or whether he was surrounded by friends or by foes he had learned to be content in Christ and when he came to the last days of his life he had lost none of that contentment. It’s interesting to read these last words. They are intensely personal, incredibly moving, and deeply inspiring. These are not the words of a fool or the words of a man who approached this stage of life with crippling fears or disturbing regrets. Rather these are the words of a man who was glad to have lived for Christ and who was now looking forward to being with Christ. And the reason why I turn to this passage tonight is because I can think of no more fitting passage regarding our brother David Lee. – Read Entire Article
John’s Gospel and Epistles Course
John’s Gospel and Epistles course is a 3-week Fall module taught by Dr. Mark Allison. This 3-credit course covers the content, exegesis, and theological analysis of John’s writings excluding Revelation. Click here to view a few of Dr. Allison’s sermons related to this course.