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Chez Wisdom

Been mostly offline this week as I’ve been on almost full-time grandpa duty. Doesn’t seem possible that one little toddler can consume so much of a grown man’s energy . . . but that’s why I guess, generally speaking, parenting … Continue reading

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Grace In the Most Unexpected Places

Strike three, in a sense. Under Moses, despite great deliverance, every adult who walked out of Egypt, hundreds of thousands of people, died wandering in the desert because of unbelief and rebellion. Moses himself failing to enter the promised land. … Continue reading

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The Table Is Enough

He could have wanted more. He could have had more. But for Mephibosheth, the table was enough. He was the son of Jonathan, the grandson of King Saul. If not for the determined counsel of God, the throne would have … Continue reading

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Whoever is Simple, Turn in Here!

The one lady has, at great cost to herself, built a magnificent house, seven hewn pillars drawing the eye of those who pass by to its majesty. The other lady sits in front of a ramshackle dump. It’s in obvious … Continue reading

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A Place at the Table

Longer than normal post this morning, but it’s one of my favorite stories in all of Scripture. Every year when I encounter it as part of my reading plan it has a special feel about it . . . igniting … Continue reading

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