Monthly Archives: April 2019

Don’t Stoop, Rise!

It was a wild encounter.  David and his men had spent months protecting the property of a farmer named Nabal.  When it came time for Nabal to pay up, he refused, making David livid – mad enough to kill. In … Continue reading

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17 Inches

His name was John Scolinos.  And as he addressed 4000 baseball coaches that day, he literally had home plate hanging around his neck. Scolinos had coached college baseball for ~40 years.  But when he addressed the crowd, he had much … Continue reading

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Near To All

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To Feel Again

Our English word “resentment” comes from the Latin root, sentire, which means “to feel.”  By adding the prefix “re-“, it becomes “to feel again.”  And boy isn’t that exactly what resentment is!  When someone first hurts us, we feel anger … Continue reading

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Above All

Joshua had big shoes to fill.  Taking over after the death of Moses was a daunting task.  In addition to the many roles Moses had filled, Joshua would have the added responsibility of leading the army of Israel against its … Continue reading

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The Value and The Cost

Achan.  Not exactly a household name; you’ll soon understand why.  His is a sad story we may shake our heads at.  Yet if I’m honest, I likely would have died alongside him for the same reason. Achan’s story begins on … Continue reading

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With, In, and Upon

(Sending the Comforter by Danny Hahlbohm; used with permission.  http://www.inspired-art.com) God’s presence is not the same as the feeling of God’s presence and He may be doing most for us when we think He is doing least.  (CS Lewis) On … Continue reading

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