13 Ways to Develop a Passion for the Things of God

Wednesday is for Prayer Luke 7:36-50 is one of my favorite passages of Scripture and episodes in the life of Christ. Brief recap: A Pharisee is having dinner with Jesus and becomes upset when a woman “from the street, a sinner” begins to weep, dripping tears on Jesus’s feet, bends to wipe his feet with … More 13 Ways to Develop a Passion for the Things of God

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Substituting Nature Religion for the Real God

Saturday Afternoon Musings C.S. Lewis writes about seeing “glory” or “an image of glory” in nature and its effect on us. We see beauty, we see majesty—and something happens in the deepest parts of our soul. Glory and longing, and love rise up in our souls.  We see a majestic mountain view, or a forest … More Substituting Nature Religion for the Real God

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You Aren’t Growing as a Christian Because You Don’t Need Him

Tuesday is for Discipleship You aren’t growing as a Christian because you don’t need him. “But,” you say, “I do need him. Without Christ I have no forgiveness of sins, no relationship with the Father, no way to heaven, no hope of eternity in fellowship with Christ and all those who have loved his appearing” … More You Aren’t Growing as a Christian Because You Don’t Need Him

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You Aren’t Growing as a Christian Because You Don’t Need Him

Tuesday is for Discipleship You aren’t growing as a Christian because you don’t need him. “But,” you say, “I do need him. Without Christ I have no forgiveness of sins, no relationship with the Father, no way to heaven, no hope of eternity in fellowship with Christ and all those who have loved his appearing” … More You Aren’t Growing as a Christian Because You Don’t Need Him

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Prove Your Word

Sunday Afternoon Musings Part of “The Poetry Project” (Prayers for Psalm Readers) from January 4, 2010 Suggested by Psalm 19:7-14 Prove Your Words Solid Law. Testimony. Precepts. Commandments. Fear of the Lord. and rules. More to be desired than gold? Sweeter than honey? Make it so Lord. Give me life. But first give me this … More Prove Your Word

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