Casey Lewis

Where Do We Find Wisdom?

Man is always searching. Searching for happiness, understanding, knowledge, wisdom. Sadly, for most, their search will never end. That’s because they are looking in the wrong place – the world. You see, the things of this world can’t provide us with ultimate satisfaction, understanding, knowledge, or wisdom. Job Speaks Up Thankfully, someone who understands that […]

On God’s Grace

Isaac Watts wrote a hymn in which he takes up our Lord’s image of salvation being like a great banquet. Picture yourself coming into a grand banqueting hall where a marvelous feast is spread out for you. While all our hearts and all our songs Join to admire the feast Each of us cry, with […]

On Being Apart of God’s Grand Drama

The Word of God invites us into the unfolding cosmic drama of which we have always played a part, even without being aware of it. Our childhood experiences, triumphs, and tragedies are all part of God’s shaping of our lives, which are, more importantly, about the shaping of His story. When we understand that our […]

The Gospel and the Christian Life – Part 6

Over the next several weeks we are going to follow the story line of Scripture from Creation to Jesus’ return in an effort to deepen our understanding of the Gospel and how Christians are to live after they have professed Christ as Lord and Savior. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) […]

On the World’s False Promises

De Maupassant’s narrative begins with a pretty woman living in the country who dreams of Paris whilst sleeping next to her snoring husband. She had never “known a thing beyond the hideously banal monotony of regularly performed duties, which by all accounts was what happily married life consisted of.” For her, Paris is a dream […]

On the Power of God

3  If one wished to contend with him (God), one could not answer him once in a thousand times. 4  He is wise in heart and mighty in strength —who has hardened himself against him, and succeeded?— 5  he who removes mountains, and they know it not, when he overturns them in his anger, 6  […]

On Prayer: The Chief Exercise of Faith

Over the years I’ve found much of what I’ve read about prayer to be unhelpful. Here’s why: Prayer is usually considered under the heaving of ‘spiritual disciplines’ which makes it the spiritual equivalent of running on a treadmill or flossing your teeth, neither of which are attractive to me. Viewing prayer purely as a discipline […]


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