Tag Archives: before the throne

Done

Done! Anyone else feel that way? Done? Not done as in “tapping out” done. But done as in feeling like the cupboards are bare, the tank is empty, and we’re mostly just running on fumes. I’m thinking pandemic fatigue is … Continue reading

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A Shelter and A Shepherd

John saw a great multitude, more than could be numbered. They were from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. While I’m sure that what they beheld must have taken … Continue reading

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Better Than Butter

How Job longed for the good ol’ days. The days of prosperity. The days of health. The days when family surrounded him. The days when widely held respect went before him. The days, Job says, “when God watched over me” … Continue reading

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The Power of Grace

Wrapping up the book of Esther this morning. And so much to chew on. Beyond the mystery of a story in which God is so at work, yet never mentioned, there are so many different aspects of the story to … Continue reading

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Crown Casters

Whoever they are, they are obviously very important. While there are different views as to who the twenty-four elders are who sit on the twenty-four thrones around THE throne of heaven, though there are different interpretations of who and what … Continue reading

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