Monthly Archives: June 2015

Understanding Can Wait

As I read the first couple of chapters of Matthew, I was genuinely impressed with Joseph – specifically, with how he handled some pretty ‘unusual’ requests from God. “Don’t be afraid to take her as your wife Joseph, because the … Continue reading

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Absolute Security

Columbine. 9-11. Aurora theater. Newtown, CT. Boston Marathon, Charleston, SC. These and other tragedies may have us asking what my grandfather often did, “What’s this world coming to, anyway?” After one of the more recent events, a friend sincerely asked … Continue reading

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Service Through Prayer

To tell you the truth, this is somewhat difficult for me.  I’m not used to coming before a group, admitting a need, and asking for prayer.  But, tomorrow afternoon, Angie and I will be taking a team of approximately 20 … Continue reading

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Show Through

I don’t recall where I first read it, but the simple story below always challenges me. One Sunday as they drove home from church, a little girl turned to her mother and said, “Mommy, there’s something about the preacher’s story … Continue reading

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Bullets and Band-aids

The radio dial was scanning stations when it landed on one I don’t typically frequent. I only listened to a portion of one song, but a single line caught my attention. I don’t know who sang it, or even the … Continue reading

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My Stay

“They confronted me in the day of my calamity, but the Lord was my stay.” (Psalm 18:18) To better understand the beauty of David’s words above, it helps to realize when and where he wrote them. David was in extreme … Continue reading

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February 22nd

February 22nd. That’s where I found the bookmark in the One Year Bible I took off the shelf this morning. Honestly, I don’t know if I left the mark there, or if someone else did. Either way, it tells an … Continue reading

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