Tag Archives: the saints

A Head that Hurts, A Heart that’s Full

Never really thought of it this way before this morning but, in a sense, if you want to keep your head from exploding, speed reading Ephesians 1 may be the better way to go. There is so much packed into … Continue reading

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First Mention of The Saints

Reading in Matthew this morning and the account of Jesus’ death. And what particularly captured my attention were the events recorded immediately after “Jesus cried out again with a loud voice and yielded up His spirit” (27:50). And behold, the … Continue reading

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Go Where the Blessing Is!

It’s been years and years since I read Blackaby’s book, Experiencing God. Can’t say this about every book, but with that one, some things really stuck. One of the principles which I’ve never forgotten went something like this: If you … Continue reading

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My People

If I had lived back then, and known then what I know now, I probably would have distanced myself from them. If they were the only church in town back then, I’d probably have either started my own church with … Continue reading

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Judges, Don’t You Know?

Judges. That’s not the book I’m reading this morning, it’s the thought that is rolling through my mind. The followers of Jesus are going to be judges. It’s not Paul’s main point in the first part of 1Corinthians chapter 6. … Continue reading

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