The Sense of the Sanctuary

“Until I went to the sanctuary of God …” This phrase shows up smack in the middle of Psalm 73, a piece of poetry attributed to Asaph. The words he strung together are something of a confession. He admits that envy nearly got the best of him. He explains the...

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Presence and Glory

Moses met the Lord in a corner of the desert. He was busy caring for sheep and caught sight of a bush afire. Nothing new there — tumbleweeds often went up in smoke in the dry, hot territory that Moses called home. This bush, however, refused to burn out and...

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Known and Not Known

The story of Lazarus and the Rich Man stands apart from others told by Jesus. The difference is in the details we read in Luke 16. This is the only account of its kind, and it has much to tell us about things unseen. One significant aspect worth noting is...

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