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A Thin Silence

The LORD was not in the great and strong wind that pulverized the rocks. Nor was He in the quake that shook the ground. And though you couldn’t take your eyes of the blazing fire, the LORD wasn’t in that … Continue reading

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A Reminder

We interrupt our regularly scheduled pandemic for this important reminder . . . We all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this … 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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The Same but Different

This is the morning in my reading plan where I, perhaps, feel most as if I’m entering an inner-sanctum. John 17 truly being the place where you stand on holy ground as the Son lifts up His eyes to heaven … Continue reading

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Seeing Isn’t Necessarily Believing

After all he’d been through, you might think it was a strange question to have to respond to. “Do you believe?” Fact, he was a well known beggar in town. Fact, everybody knew he’d been blind from birth. Fact, a … Continue reading

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Nothing But Temple

Coming to the end of my reading plan for 2017. Minor prophets with major messages. A God who breaks the sound barrier in order to further refine a man who has already been heaven’s boast as one of the elite … Continue reading

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The Glory

Chewing on the opening chapters of Ezekiel this morning. And while a picture might be worth a thousand words, a thousand words are inadequate to describe the vision Ezekiel beheld by the Chebar canal. In the opening chapter, Ezekiel describes … Continue reading

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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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