Monthly Archives: August 2012

Less Posting for next few weeks

Due to a busy workload the next few weeks, I will not be posting very ofte

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Is Anything too hard for the Lord? (Genesis 18:1-15)

Picture this:  The house is a mess [img].  There is laundry on the couch [img], someone’s dirty underwear is on the stairs [img], left where they had fallen on the way to the washing machine.  The bathroom is dirty [img], … Continue reading

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Is Anything too hard for the Lord? (Genesis 18:1-15)

Picture this:  The house is a mess [img].  There is laundry on the couch [img], someone’s dirty underwear is on the stairs [img], left where they had fallen on the way to the washing machine.  The bathroom is dirty [img], … Continue reading

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Jesus the Great Conquerer and Judge (Joshua 11-12)

Many people dislike reading the historical books of Scripture like Joshua and Judges because of the warfare and utter destruction of nations that is advocated.  Genocide doesn’t sit well with our contemporary palates, but there are great truths to learn … Continue reading

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Genesis 17 True Circumcision

24 years have come and gone since the first time you heard from your lover his intention to marry you.  It’s been 13 years since you last saw him or her and you still haven’t received anything more than a … Continue reading

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When words have no meaning…

I recently finished F. A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom and found it incredibly inciteful into recent history for a text originally published in 1944.  One of the most pertinent issues facing America today is the hijacking of language and the … Continue reading

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Matthew 18:1-35 The Key to Christian Living

Think about a fellow Christian in your church with whom you struggle. What character quality would make life easier, more enjoyable and breed the greatest amount of success for improving the harmony of that relationship?  Now consider a Christian in … Continue reading

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