Tag Archives: God’s glory

Not Just for Our Good

Until I got to the songwriter’s song this morning, I was kind of overwhelmed by the sheer volume of “commands to obey” I was highlighting in my readings in Deuteronomy and Romans. Ready to perhaps compare and contrast, in some … Continue reading

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Look and Listen

That it was meant to be a visual experience unlike any visual experience they had ever had is pretty obvious. One moment Peter, John, and James are hiking the hill with Jesus and the next moment . . . BAM!!!! … Continue reading

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It Really Isn’t About Us

Reading again in Ezekiel this morning and chewing on a conundrum God shares with His prophet. To not deal with His people’s idolatry and rebellion was to allow them to continue to defile the land of promise, the land of … Continue reading

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His Perfect Patience

He had known this daughter of Abraham (Lk. 13:10-17) from her beginning. After all, He knit her in her mother’s womb. He knew her in her “unformed substance.” What’s more, before she had even taken her first breath, He had … Continue reading

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Moses Worshiped When Moses Asked

It was over. That holy, sacred, once in a lifetime encounter of the divine kind had ceased. The goodness of God has passed before Moses. The cloud had descended. The name of the LORD had been proclaimed. From the protection … Continue reading

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He Heard

What were they thinking? Hadn’t they just walked out of Egypt loaded down with Egyptian plunder? Hadn’t they just walked on dry ground through walls of water that once were the impassible Red Sea? Hadn’t they witnessed those same waters … Continue reading

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The Effort for One Man

Lord willing, I’m covering the pulpit this weekend. Don’t do it very often so, when I do, it can become a source of anxiety (don’t know if that’s the right word, exactly) as the immensity of preaching God’s word is … Continue reading

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