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An Anchor Behind the Curtain

We have an anchor of the soul. That’s what’s resonating this morning as I read the last half of Hebrews 6. And who doesn’t need an anchor these days? Something that is sure? Something which can hold fast? But what … Continue reading

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Lest We Drift Away

Last night I was talking with a friend. We talked about work, relationships, kids, and home projects. And then added the pressure of recognizing that God wired us for rest-cycles, and that we needed to figure out how to fit … Continue reading

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Consolations for Our Cares

The songwriter of Psalm 94 knew that all things work together for good, but those “things” were still working themselves out, and it wasn’t going very “good” right then. He knew that one day God’s vengeance would shine forth over … Continue reading

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The Steadfast Heart, An Anchor for the Soul

Chewing on Psalm 57 this morning. First thing that grabbed my attention was the seeming incongruity between the songwriter’s wretched circumstance and the songwriter’s worshipful response. My soul is in the midst of lions; I lie down amid fiery beasts … Continue reading

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