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Filling Jars and Seeing the Glory

The glory was manifest that day. And while the disciples had front row seats, what’s capturing my thoughts are the no-name servants who were actually “on stage” as part of the drama. So this morning, I’m thinking about the connection … Continue reading

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The Glory To Be Revealed

In about 16 hours it will be exactly five years ago that life took an unimagined turn for Sue and I. Five years. Sounds like a long time ago, but in many ways it doesn’t feel that way. To be … Continue reading

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Our Dread or Our Delight

The splendor of His majesty. That’s what I’m chewing on this morning. And my immediate response when encountering those words? Well, it’s akin to the psalmist’s response. Ascribe to the LORD the glory due His name; worship the LORD in … Continue reading

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The Grace Available . . . The Glory to be Revealed

Double dose of fulfilled promise this morning. One from the Old Testament, the other from the New. Both concerning the same promise–God’s promise to David that He would “raise up your offspring after you, . . . establish his kingdom. … Continue reading

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Jars of Clay

Every year when I encounter the fourth chapter of Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians as part of my reading plan it always carries a special weight in my post-reading meditation. Love this chapter. So encouraged by this chapter. Particularly … Continue reading

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God’s Glory Trailer

I’m not really much of a movie buff. You won’t find me going to a theater very often. But one thing I think I have noticed is that movie trailers seem to have become bigger and bigger deals of late. … Continue reading

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The Latter Glory

Glory. That’s what makes the temple, the temple. Without God’s glory it’s really just another structure. Be it the portable tabernacle in the wilderness, built according to God’s specific instructions, or Solomon’s magnificent structure built and arrayed with seemingly unlimited … Continue reading

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