New Book Coming

One of the fortunate effects of our new COVID world is the opportunity for writers and artists to ply their trade or hobby with undistracted time. For me, it has proved to be a time of reflection that has produced the manuscripts for three new books. This one I hope to send off to a … More New Book Coming

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Helping Bible Students Find Treasure

___________________________________________________________ It is a habit of mine that when I begin the study of a new book, I work through some “overview projects” to help me to slow down my reading and force me to see more of the logical connections, themes and threads of the argument of a book. For years three particular projects … More Helping Bible Students Find Treasure

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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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Why You Should Read the Bible Every Day

I recently ordered the first volume of the ESV Scriptural Journal. To be completely accurate, the volume that covers the pastoral epistles (1-2 Timothy and Titus). It is a very simple capitalistic improvement to the standard study Bible giving we, the reader, more space to write our own meditations and discoveries by alternating a text page … More Why You Should Read the Bible Every Day

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Beauty in Small Things

Reading with the Pastor Matthew 24, Psalm 24, and Proverbs 24 The moment one gives close attention to anything, even a blade of grass, it becomes a mysterious, awesome, indescribably magnificent world in itself. —Henry Miller Give attention, close attention, to the word of God and the works of His creation. They will each become … More Beauty in Small Things

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