God Made Known

“Whom you therefore ignorantly worship, Him declare I unto you” (Acts 17:23). This was the point Paul sought to drive home to a distinguished group of hearers. These ones fancied themselves as the brightest and best at human reasoning. They were thinkers and talkers – mostly talkers really. Every new...

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The Little Scroll and Mysteries

John the Apostle saw many things, more than any other man really. Consider that he walked with Jesus and was part of the inner circle with Peter and James, his brother. He witnessed the raising of Jairus’ daughter, the Transfiguration of Jesus on the Mount, and the agony of the...

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How Very Present God Is

Psalm 46 declares to us that God is our “very present help in trouble.” I have been thinking much about just how present He is. He is “very present,” present beyond our comprehension. He is above, beneath, to the left, and to the right. Everywhere present, God is. Circumstances being...

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All Things Come to Praise

2020 has come to us. The book has closed on another year, on another decade according to most. The calendar serves us in marking out days. A sense of order is given to our life in time. It sets us in places. We can see appointment reminders and these guide...

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Kingdom and the King

“Let your Kingdom come, on Earth as it is in Heaven. …” In these days when we hear and read of confused governments and outrageous politicians, we can take comfort in knowing that God is on His Throne. He is seated above Creation. He is Lord of all. He rules....

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Grace Identity

  Am I enough? This nagging question can cause us to soul search – but is it the right question? Self analysis helps in accessing our goals, but not in interpretation of all the facts. The trifecta of shame, guilt and fear cause us to be fragmented, resulting in a...

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The Resurrection and Things to Come

The grave could not hold Jesus. His crucifixion was unlike anything ever seen. The response of the Roman soldiers indicates this as we read the gospel accounts. His death at Golgotha was only the beginning, however. What happened after this, served to expose the defeat of sin and corruption that...

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LIMITLESS!

As a contemporary Christian artist has penned, "You're unrelenting with mercy and compassion, unstoppable Love that never ends". We have Grace to live in these unlimited resources of God - a way of life that benefits us and others, and brings great glory and pleasure to the One has given...

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