Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Turned Ear

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Ghosting

“You’re getting ghosted,” was the explanation I received regarding the lack of response I’d experienced from a long-time acquaintance.  When I showed my obvious confusion, I was told that “ghosting” was the process by which one party quietly exits a … Continue reading

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The Deceiver

Long ago, Obadiah described how God would deal with the nations who mistreated His people, Israel.  While this was an ancient man writing about ancient nations, please don’t check out – there is still much for us to learn! First, … Continue reading

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A Neon Sign

Flashing neon signs.  We’ve likely all said we wished God would give us one so that we would know what to do.  Well, through the pen of Peter, God has given us one!  Show proper respect to everyone, love the … Continue reading

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All Stirred Up

“I’m preaching to the choir.”  I said it again the last time I taught a group.  These were “seasoned veterans” who knew the Scriptures well, and even though we can all learn more each time we open the Bible, I … Continue reading

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Opened Up or Kicked Down?

Once a week, a buddy and I carpool to work.  Before heading into our separate workplaces, we take several minutes to pray.  Over the years, one of our recurring prayers is for God to open doors for us.  You see, … Continue reading

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Cantique de Noel

I hope you’ll allow me a “re-run” on Christmas Day!  Hopefully, it’s a story worth reading again…  Merry Christmas everyone!  Dave At the age of 8, he lost a hand to a shotgun accident.  As a result, he turned his … Continue reading

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