Category Archives: Ephesians

What To Do When You Don’t Know Quite What To Do

No voices. No visitations. But hey, there’s still a couple of days left. While I didn’t have a lot of goals for my vacation, I was hoping to get a little clarity. On what? Not even clear on that. But … Continue reading

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My Father’s House

Not gonna lie . . . kind of like our place. I like coming home. I like hanging out in our house. I like the floor plan. I like how it’s been furnished. I like how it’s been decorated. I … Continue reading

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Don’t Need Fire From Heaven

A longer than normal post this morning. Re-working some thoughts from 2009 on today’s readings . . . Talk about your high drama and suspense! They had been at it for hours. The 450 prophets of Baal and the 400 … Continue reading

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With the Spirit, To the Father, In the Name of the Son

It’s a command to be obeyed manifesting itself in four outcomes. It’s not a check-off-the-box, once-and-done command. While it begins with a once-for-all experience, the nature of the command is such that it “must continue thereafter as a moment-by-moment process” … Continue reading

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Turn My Feet to Your Testimonies

It wasn’t that he listened to some bad advice. Instead, the new king Rehoboam shopped around until he found some counselors who told him what he wanted to hear. He looked for some outside confirmation of the folly he had … Continue reading

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Love Incorruptible

At first, it came across as a pretty tall order. One of those “challenging encouragements” that is thrown out with the intent of getting believers to step up to the plate and just do it. Raising the bar . . … Continue reading

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The New Selfie

I don’t know why we still call them phones. For most of us, that little (or, in more and more cases, not so little) device we carry with us 24/7 is probably used the least as a phone. It connects … Continue reading

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