Monthly Archives: October 2014

Still Hungry

Sometimes, I forget that Jesus was fully man.  I mean, between all the walking on water, turning water into wine, healing the sick, and rising from the dead, it’s easy to overlook the fact that He got tired and hungry.  … Continue reading

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Shaving in the Dark

Well, I won’t do THAT again!  As I was getting ready for my day earlier this week, I attempted to do so without turning on any lights.  I had set out my clothes the night before, so I wasn’t in … Continue reading

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Bacon or Eggs?

Recently, a friend shared with me that while working at a youth camp, she noticed a student wearing a t-shirt that read simply, “Eggs or Bacon?” Being intrigued, my friend asked for the meaning of such a question. The teen’s … Continue reading

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Of God or Men?

“So then, brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught, whether by word of mouth or by letter from us” (2 Thess 2:15). As Paul finished describing what was going to come during the final days, he encouraged the Christians to hold tightly … Continue reading

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What I Can Do

I recently visited my parents to help Dad celebrate his 78th birthday.  At one point, someone asked Dad what he wanted to do on his special day.  His answer made me chuckle – “At my age, it’s no longer about … Continue reading

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Go with God

Angie and I have mutual friends whose daughter and young husband are feeling called to international missions. This young woman recently posted a request for prayer as her family begins the process of preparing to fulfill this call; a process … Continue reading

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Most – But not All

I was recently studying the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem when something subtle caught my eye that I’d previously overlooked.  There in Matt 21, I read this, “Most of the crowd spread their coats in the road, and others were … Continue reading

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