Monthly Archives: April 2016

“Moses”

Moses isn’t generally known for writing a Psalm, but he did. Psalm 90 is a record of his praise to the Lord. Have you ever thought about the years he kept sheep for Jethro after leaving Egypt the first time, … Continue reading

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Social-Issue Sucker-Punches

With “tolerance” becoming the new litmus test for public legitimacy, perhaps you’re feeling a little intimidated these days. If so, a few quick thoughts on the matter may help when the next verbal “sucker-punch” comes along at the workplace or family … Continue reading

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“Real”

“That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked upon, and our hands have handled, concerning the Word of life…” – 1 John 1:1 NKJV There real truths … Continue reading

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“Big”

Zacchaeus may have been a “wee-little-man” as the children’s song goes, but he had a big appetite for getting ahead in life (hence the position as the hated Chief Tax Collector). Whether driven by the desire to compensate from being … Continue reading

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“Greatness”

Power is a whispering liar and always promises more than it can deliver. For example, pursuing inner satisfaction and contentment through control never ends with genuine peace. However, Christ can deliver the inner serenity we seek, but His way is one … Continue reading

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“Workers”

In ancient times, someone looking for work would be grateful for the chance to tend a vineyard. However, in Jesus’ parable of the workers (Matt. 20), the joy of getting hired in the morning was replaced by envy and anger … Continue reading

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“Return”

The touch of the Master is special. Luke records where ten lepers were crying out to Jesus for healing. In response to their requests, Jesus instructed them to go show themselves to the priests. As they went, their bodies were … Continue reading

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