Monthly Archives: April 2017

His Presence

Where shall I go from your Spirit?     Or where shall I flee from your presence? If I ascend to heaven, you are there!     If I make my bed in Sheol, you are there! If I take the wings of the … Continue reading

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Two Voices

Christ heard two voices that day.  The first came from the blind beggar along the road leading into Jericho.  That voice cried out for mercy and for healing. (Luke 18:35-38).  The other voice came from somewhere up ahead.  It was … Continue reading

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Only Strife

Perhaps you’ve encountered them along the road – folks who seem to leave a wake of destruction everywhere they go.  For whatever reasons, their presence is almost always associated with strife. While I don’t pretend to understand all people, and … Continue reading

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Sowing and Growing

Nothing sown, nothing grown. The phrase appeared as part of a warning that Moses gave to Israel.  If they failed to follow God’s commands, their children would inherit a land where no seed was sown and no plant would sprout … Continue reading

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I Forgot!

Each year CareerBuilders.com conducts a survey of ~5000 managers and employees to collect some of the more “creative” excuses given for missed days of work.  Some of my recent favorites included: Employee couldn’t come to work because she accidentally got … Continue reading

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His Portion

It’s a perspective we perhaps don’t allow ourselves to consider very often.  Yet, it’s one that God reminds us of frequently. As Moses transferred the mantle of leadership to Joshua, he passed along these words, “Be strong and courageous, for … Continue reading

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Make Way

The second parting receives much less attention than the first, but it’s every bit as significant. We all remember that shortly after Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt, the Jews were trapped between the Red Sea and the approaching … Continue reading

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