Category Archives: Hebrews

What’s He Thinking?

If I’m picking up what David is laying down this morning, then God sees me. Not just in some macro sense, as in, if God sees everything and knows everything then of course He sees me. Rather, it seems that … Continue reading

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Acceptable Worship

It seems there’s going facedown and then there’s going facedown. One almost out of compulsion–almost forced through trembling fear. The other an act of glorious freedom, willingly fueled by high regard and godly, reverent fear. The first, going facedown because … Continue reading

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The Harvest

God is in the fruit making business. That’s the testimony of Scripture this morning. I encountered two witnesses to that fact–one in the Old Testament ,the other in the New. And they testify that though the growing process might be … Continue reading

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Looking to the Reward

Faith informs decision making. If there’s anything that the “Moses Exhibit” in Hebrews 11, Faith’s Hall of Fame, tells us, it’s that faith is more than just a creed. A living faith impacts our contemplations and our course-setting. When we … Continue reading

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By Faith We Understand

Honestly, that the universe was created by the word of God doesn’t make sense apart from faith. We’re talking the universe! Look up! Look way up on a clear night. Or hover over some Hubble telescope images. Or read about … Continue reading

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A People of Refuge

When I read in the morning I’m on the lookout for a number of themes, each associated with a specific way I’ll mark my Bible. This morning it’s something I shaded in red that has me thinking–the color I use … Continue reading

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A Connection

There’s a connection, a vital connection. But for too many, that connection is never really made. For some, the Old Testament is considered irrelevant for faith today. For others, it’s seen, at best, as optional for the believer. But if … Continue reading

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