He is Able

Friday is for Heart Songs Reading with the Pastor Matthew 12  and  Psalm 18:1-30 The disciples and Jesus both fall under the criticism of the Pharisees. The Pharisees think they can battle Jesus with interpretations of Jewish law. Bad idea. Jesus turns the tables by quoting the example of David against their legalistic forbidding and then puts … More He is Able

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The War Between Belief and Unbelief: It’s Not New

Tuesday is for Thinking The article below is from Kairos Journal. We live in an age that in many ways, practices age discrimination in a very creative way. Unless an idea is new, presented in new garb, new voice, a young voice, a new look, a new spin, a new approach—you get the idea—it can’t possibly be … More The War Between Belief and Unbelief: It’s Not New

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The Thinness of Theological Reflection in Our Age

Thursday is for Discipleship I picked up the following excerpt from John Newton’s autobiography (An Authentic Narrative) over at Stand to Reason Blog.  Newton, for those who don’t know, was the slave trader / ships captain turned Christian convert, pastor, and hymn writer who wrote the most famous hymn of all time, Amazing Grace. I … More The Thinness of Theological Reflection in Our Age

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