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A Big Deal!

I don’t think the editors of my reading plan could have a designed it this way, but maybe. But, then again, maybe not. There’s just been too many times when the different readings line up that I can’t imagine how … Continue reading

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A Sanctuary

“Elvis has left the building.” That’s the phrase once used at the end of an Elvis Presley concert to indicate that the concert was done–like, really done . . . as in, “It’s over, folks. No more music, tonight.”  The … Continue reading

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Temple Revival

Two thoughts as I hover over the account of revival in Judah under King Hezekiah . . . First, revival happens where God’s house is attended to. After 16 years of disastrous leadership under King Ahaz, things turn around under … Continue reading

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Arise and Build

“Arise and work! The LORD be with you!” The words jumped off the page this morning as I was reading 1Chronicles 22. Here’s some thoughts on the passage I put down back in 2011 . . . . It came … Continue reading

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Not Just “From” But “For”

It’s a short song. Less than a hundred words parsed into eight verses packaged into four stanzas. It’s a short song about a great God to be sung by a redeemed people. The God of Jacob is the focus of … Continue reading

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