Our Souls Leak

Reading with the Pastor Luke 6  and  Psalm 81 a brief offering for “The Poetry Project”* Read Psalm 81 Sing for joy to God our strength; ……  Shout joyfully to the God of Jacob.   (vs. 1)  . . . Open your mouth wide and I will fill it.  (vs. 10b) Our Souls Leak Not only … More Our Souls Leak

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The Advantage of a One Answer Response for Everything

Tuesday is for Thinking We live in an interesting age. There is more information available to people than ever before but people seem more ignorant of history and even current events than ever before. Nevertheless, people will pontificate about what they “know” to be true without the slightest relation or reference to actual facts. At … More The Advantage of a One Answer Response for Everything

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Running to a Mountain to Pray and Escape into Battle

Wednesday is for Prayer The tide has turned. The Pharisees are furious with Jesus. Blinded by hate, they are plotting to kill him. Crowds are following. The twelve are being trained. His ministry is just beginning to gear up and is making headway in proclaiming the good news of the Kingdom. And the Pharisees are … More Running to a Mountain to Pray and Escape into Battle

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Fury at Jesus

Tuesday is for Thinking It was a Sabbath day like no other. Jesus and the Pharisees were about to go head to head over His healing ministry. High drama on a Sabbath. And compassion for a man in pain was the battlefield. And he said to them, “The Son of Man is Lord of the … More Fury at Jesus

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Living Wisely with and Praying for Those Who Identify Themselves as Enemies

Weekend Musings Christians are called to love and pray for our enemies and even those who persecute us (Matthew 5:4; Luke 6:35; Romans 12:14). But we are also warned throughout Scriptures like the one quoted below, to not emulate or follow their example. Christians have not always been faithful to “the love and pray for” … More Living Wisely with and Praying for Those Who Identify Themselves as Enemies

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