Indifference to the Bible is Empty-Headed

Reading with the Pastor  Joshua 3, Revelation 9 and Psalm 95 Observations in Joshua God affirms Joshua’s leadership at the Jordan in the same way He affirmed Moses leadership at the the Red Sea (vss. 7-9). Whatever “natural means” God may have used to part the waters of the Jordan, there is still the supernatural … More Indifference to the Bible is Empty-Headed

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Some Songs are So Honest They Hurt (as the Heal)

In 1987, Wayne Watson had been an established Christian songwriter for almost a decade. But it was in 1987 that his album, “Water Color Ponies” was released and his career really began to skyrocket. In some ways it is, in my opinion, an over produced and orchestrated album, like a lot of music secular and … More Some Songs are So Honest They Hurt (as the Heal)

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What Glories are You Failing to See?

There are portions of Scripture that are almost never preached, read, meditated upon, or memorized. They are almost completely ignored. Eyes might roll over them in some year-long reading plan, but that’s it. Their truths are left packed away, unappreciated, and unrecognized, like pieces of luggage we carry around but never open. I suspect that … More What Glories are You Failing to See?

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Weep Over the Greatness of the Gospel

Those of you who know me know that I am an unabashed, constant propagandist for missionary biographies. There is such wonder and glory wrapped up in the stories of simple faithfulness, even through tragedy and heartbreaking loss.  When faithful believers in obedience to Christ tell others of the wonder of the Savior and trust God to work, … More Weep Over the Greatness of the Gospel

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Be Born in Me

What should we pray for Christmas? What would change us in such a way that we would be all that Jesus came to save us for? I can’t think of a better prayer than this. (Click on the Link)  Be Born in Me   “Be Born In Me”  (Lyrics by Nicole Nordeman / Sung by Francesca … More Be Born in Me

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