Monthly Archives: March 2016

Tottering Fences

After facing many challenges and defeats, we see a man that didn’t view himself as a mighty king, but as one who had been shaken deeply by the events of life.  Speaking to his enemies, David writes… “How long will … Continue reading

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To Himself

The older I get the more I realize that often it’s not something new I need to learn, but something old that I need to remember.  Maybe this ministry should be called “The Remind-able Heart?” 😉 Something I frequently need … Continue reading

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Stop Them?

It’s a very obscure story in the Old Testament; one that I’d honestly forgotten.  In it, God chose to place His Spirit on 70 of the elders of Israel.  For a very short time, they all spoke messages of God … Continue reading

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Slander Sandwich

Overall, I guess I’ve been fortunate – in my nearly 51 years I’ve only been the subject of slanderous comments a couple of times.  The details aren’t really important; but how I handle them is.  Thankfully, I don’t have to … Continue reading

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No Need for Pity

It was the “in between” day – the day after they’d watched Jesus die – but before they knew what would happen next. For all they knew, the disciples might be the next ones the Jews turned over for execution. … Continue reading

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I Lay it Down

“For this reason the Father loves Me, because I lay down My life so that I may take it again. “No one has taken it away from Me, but I lay it down on My own initiative. I have authority to … Continue reading

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The Transaction

I had been rehearsing to play the role of the disciple John in a church Easter program.  I’d never participated in a drama event before, so I really had to concentrate on my songs and cues, etc. So much so, … Continue reading

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