All posts by Dwight Ausley



SEP
22

In Genesis 4, we have recorded the sad story of the children of Adam and Eve. Cain brings an offering to God that is unacceptable. We don’t know every detail about his offering, but it is clear that God rejected it. This story is about an unheeded warning. The Bible says that Cain was troubled … Read More



JUL
01

The book of Exodus is an amazing account of the deliverance of God’s people from Egyptian bondage. Almost daily, the Hebrews have witnessed the power of God in leading them out of Egypt. Barely a month out of slavery, with the memories of God’s greatness fresh on their minds, the people grow discontent awaiting God’s … Read More



MAY
28

Some people put a small television in their kitchens. They want something to glance at while they prepare food or wash dishes. People don’t sit on a stool and stare at a TV or watch an entire movie from start to finish while sitting in the kitchen. The television in the kitchen exists to provide … Read More



MAR
04

Genesis 26 records an interesting story that teaches a valuable lesson. Isaac has become a very prominent man. He is the recipient of all of his father’s wealth and is looking for a place to settle along with his new bride. Along with land, a person needed water for his herds and his family. Wells were considerably valuable … Read More



JAN
21

We have all heard the phrase “Bury the Hatchet.” It is an old phrase that is used to describe two individuals who make peace. They have had a conflict, but they make a decision to put it away and become friends again. As I heard this phrase used recently, I wondered almost aloud how many Christians refuse to … Read More



DEC
10

An ancient proverb reads, “Trust in God, but tie up your camel.” We might snicker, but there is much truth in that statement. Simply put, we are to do all we can do and commit the rest to the Lord. Some people think that these two concepts, faith and common sense, are mutually exclusive propositions. Some may … Read More



OCT
15

It is interesting how the same event can elicit different responses. Simply put, people respond differently to difficulties. It has been said that the same sun that melts the snow hardens the clay. This was true for Mike Klauser and Ed Hommer. In 1981, the two men, along with two other acquaintances, were flying over … Read More



JUN
04

That’s a surprising title, isn’t it? I must admit, I even had a hard time typing it out. You may be asking, “Why would someone write such a blog who is employed by the church?” Well, let me say first that I don’t dislike my church. In fact, I love my church. Is it a … Read More



MAR
26

My father passed from this life to the next back in January. He had battled dementia for over ten years and took a sudden decline the day after Thanksgiving. He had lived with my sister since my mother’s passing back in 2014. Because we felt going through my mother’s personal belongings at the time would … Read More



SEP
02

I know what you’re thinking…”Something else on stewardship.” Well, not exactly. Please keep reading. We usually relate this phrase to robbing God of tithes and offerings (Malachi 3). There is another manner in which we rob God that is just as serious if not more so. I am writing about robbing God of glory that … Read More