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If the Lord Doesn't Want To

Posted on 09/30/2015 09:39:26 AM

Ever thought about that? The things the He doesn't want to do in your life, or even in the world in general. So often we're hoping He 'allows' us to do things; to accomplish tasks, projects, life-dreams; to enjoy a fuller life; to be safe/secure. Too often, we're really just doing enough just to get ...

None of Your Busyness

Posted on 08/11/2015 09:50:33 AM

  One of the very easiest ways to answer Jesus' invitation to come to Him, is; stop letting things keep you from Him! Easier said than done, I know SO well, but if you take a moment to consider that our busyness really pulls us from His invitation to fellowship with Him, so setting aside the busyness ...

Cure the Common Chaos

Posted on 08/06/2015 02:28:15 PM

I, for one, am a fan of predictably calm and peaceful days in my life. It may be a lofty quest, but when the timing is right, I thoroughly soak-up and savor the experience. All too often though, the day's path gets derailed, changes course, and once in a while can be found a crumpled mess on the side ...

Whatever Happened to ‘Sutekh’ (High God of the Whole Nile Valley?)

Posted on 06/10/2015 10:14:03 AM

There seems to be so much conflict in the world today, so much misery, and to be honest the perpetrators of a great deal of this on-going misery claim to have God on their side. And let’s face it with a backer like that there is nothing that can be disallowed. Everything done in the name of God ...

Superstition is a Bad Word

Posted on 05/15/2015 03:00:50 AM

Before moving house, I throw away all the old brooms. But this is just an antiquated superstition. Inscription in the Asclepion at Epidayuros in Greece, imploring the god of Health for healing There is, at the outset of any serious pursuit of understanding religion and the history of religion, ...

Today - this Scripture is Fulfilled

Posted on 05/12/2015 01:24:00 PM

"Today this scripture is fulfilled in your hearing.” —Luke 4:21 “Isn't it interesting,” Dr. Fred Craddock points out, “that in Luke’s Gospel the first public spoken word of Jesus as an adult, apart from the reading of Scripture is today." The reign of Christ is today! ...

Jesus as Messiah

Posted on 04/13/2015 09:56:59 PM

One of the most important ways in which the Bible speaks of God in both the Old and New Testaments is that he rules as king. A king who creates, though was never created.  Who doesn't defy gravity, but created it. Who reaches out to the elements of nature, but whose kingship extends ...

Risky Faith

Posted on 04/13/2015 09:53:09 PM

Hebrews chapter 11 reminds us that without faith there is not much a Christian can accomplish. Faith feels a lot like taking a risk.  Is being part of Christ’s kingdom risky?  Yes.  There is no 401K spiritual safety net.  Is it costly?  Yes.  We seldom have the resources ...

Abraham and Sarah

Posted on 03/03/2015 08:22:07 AM

  How often are we like Abraham and Sarah? How often do we laugh when God says something to us? How often, despite our best intentions, do we doubt God? (Genesis 17:1-10, 15-19).                I think it is very common, and I think ...

Addressing a “Discrepancy” in Scripture

Posted on 02/24/2015 10:35:58 AM

Prophecy is not going to be a central theme here on the blog, but I love studying prophecy, and from time to time, I want to share some interesting things I have found. Prophecy seems to be a subject matter that only older generations seem to take an interest in. There’s not many people my age ...

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