Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Claim

Following the recommendation of my daughter, I recently read two books about the faith(s) of our Founding Fathers.  While it’s safe to say that the people who settled our land were largely Christian, those who developed our initial federal government … Continue reading

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The Offer

The names of the characters may trip us up, but otherwise it’s a very intriguing story! Balak was the king of Moab – a country between where Israel was and where they were headed.  Balak had heard all that the … Continue reading

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Alternate Facts and Faiths

“It’s not information overload; it’s filter failure.” (Maria Zayats) By many estimates there are now over 1 BILLION websites on the internet.  Each day, another 144,000 sites take flight (or attempt to)!  By the time you finish reading this message, another … Continue reading

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Till the Storms Pass

It was a frightening night for a lot of us.  As the tornado sirens went off nearby, our family clustered in our designated shelter in the basement.  We were fortunate, we only lost power.  Later that night, I heard of … Continue reading

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Authentic Leadership

It’s a remarkable example of authentic leadership.  As they neared the Promised Land, God took Moses to the top of a mountain from where he could see the land the Hebrews would soon possess.  But, Moses himself wouldn’t set foot … Continue reading

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New Song

Let us praise Him for the grace that sets our souls free! (To receive free daily devotions via email, subscribe at:  http://www.theteachableheart.com/blogs—daily-devotions.html. For more information about the ministry, visit:  http://www.TheTeachableHeart.com).

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Long Arms

It’s a story that will hopefully encourage all of us.  During Israel’s 40-year march through the desert, one of the things they grumbled about was the menu.  First, they complained of having no food.  Then they complained about the miraculous, … Continue reading

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