Monthly Archives: July 2017

“I Never Knew You”

In my adult Sunday school class yesterday, we had a pretty lively discussion of following the commandments and laws along with the ideas of legalism and grace. These ideas are difficult for Christians to parse out. Many strict religious laws … Continue reading

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Take Up Your Cross…

In the last post, I started out the writing with a quotation from Mark 8: 34-35: “Whoever desires to come after Me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow Me. For whoever desires to save his … Continue reading

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Not A Democracy…

Mark 8: 34-35 “Whoever desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross and follow Me. For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake and … Continue reading

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Teachable Moments…

Teachable moments… Times when the mind is receptive and the information is presented in a way that makes perfect sense… A teachable moment is also defined as an unplanned opportunity that arises where a learner has an ideal chance to … Continue reading

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Words Cannot Describe…

John Bevere makes a good point about foundations in his book Good or God? As we build a family home or even look at other people’s homes go up, how excited are we about the construction of a home’s foundation? … Continue reading

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No Ticks

I guess we all go through phases and I have been in a phase this year, actually it is a return phase. When I was recently confined to a chair for three months of recuperation, I used to day-dream about … Continue reading

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The Bible: “It Was Written So Long Ago”

“The Bible is not trustworthy; it was written so long ago. It is not relevant for today’s world.” “Men wrote the Bible and they wrote it for their own purposes. They wanted life to be ruled by men and that … Continue reading

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