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Words Matter

Wrapping up my reading plan for 2021. Hovering over something in Job 42 this morning. Something that’s been familiar in my other Old Testament readings recently, but that struck me as somewhat out of place here in Job. That God … Continue reading

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Identity in the Identifiers

Words matter. Vocabulary creates culture. Identifiers have a way of forming identity. Learned this early in my Christian experience. By God’s grace I was saved into a group of believers that took words seriously. Who were careful to try and … Continue reading

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Let My Words Be Few (A 2008 Rerun)

Feeling particularly convicted this morning by James 3:1-12. Too close for comfort. Too recent an experience to dodge the bullet. And though “no human being can tame the tongue”, it doesn’t alter the fact that it is sin to “set … Continue reading

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