Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Little Too Comfortable?

“It sure beats sleeping in a bombed out church basement.”  If I heard that once growing up as a kid, I must have heard it a thousand times!  It was a reference to some nights my dad spent in Germany … Continue reading

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Bricks

Recently, I heard a story about an encounter CH Spurgeon had with a Christian who was questioning the need for church participation.  As the story goes, the man told Spurgeon that he had given his life to Christ, but did not … Continue reading

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Seeing You Again

It’s one of the more moving reunions recorded in Scripture.  The twin brothers, Jacob and Esau, had parted on the worst of terms.  For the next 20 years, they lived completely apart from one another and had no contact. Prior … Continue reading

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Made Me Forget

Joseph could have carried around a massive chip on his shoulder.  His brothers had sold him into slavery.  His master’s wife falsely accused him and he was thrown into prison without even so much as a trial.  He was forgotten … Continue reading

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Hidden & Willful

“The unexamined life is not worth living.”  Socrates Throughout Psalms, we see evidence that David was not afraid to examine his life.  Sometimes, I think that takes more guts than standing before Goliath.  No wonder we tend to shy away … Continue reading

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I’m Jealous

Have you ever found yourself jealous of the relationship someone has with another?  You know the thought, “If only I had that with…”  Ordinarily, that type of coveting is frowned upon.  However, recently, I was reading about the relationship David … Continue reading

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A Curious Response

The region had been terrorized by the presence of two demon-possessed men who were so fierce that nobody dared go near.  True to form, when Christ encountered the men, the demons took notice of Him.  At His command, the evil … Continue reading

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